John Rahm’s ‘crazy run’ to regain world No. 1, challenge for 3 consecutive wins on the PGA Tour

John Rahm (29, Spain), who has risen to 3rd in the world rankings, is trying to win 3 times in a row on the US Professional Golf (PGA) Tour. John Rahm, who has recently continued his ‘crazy run’, is heating up the world men’s golf from the beginning of the new year.

Ram won the PGA Tour American Express (total prize money of $8 million), which ended on the 23rd in La Quinta, California, USA, with a total of 27 under par 261 strokes over four days, beating rookie Davis Thompson (USA) by one stroke. John Rahm, who won the Sentry Tournament of Champions, the first special tournament of the year held in Hawaii, won the American Express after a break at the Sony Open and recorded 9 wins (1 major win) in his PGA career. 바카라사이트

After winning the Spanish Open in October of last year, Rahm has been on a run, winning four of the last six tournaments, including the DP World Tour (Europe Pro Tour) season finale tour championship. Rahm, who rose to world No. 1 in July 2020 but was pushed out by Scotty Scheffler (USA) last year, is dreaming of becoming world No. 1 again, rising from No. 5 to No. 3 earlier this year. Ram, who is attempting to win three consecutive victories at the Farmers Insurance Open (total prize money of $8.7 million), which opens at Torrey Pines GC in La Jolla, San Diego on the 25th, is by far ranked first in the power rankings selected by the PGA Tour website.

Lam’s recent rise is also proven by the numbers. ESPN of the United States reported on the 24th, “Rahm recently recorded a total of 62 under par in the 10th round of the PGA Tour, setting a new record, surpassing the 61 under par set by Davis Love III (USA) in 2001.” Including the DP World Tour Championship, he hit 68 under par in the last 10 rounds.

Rahm’s win this week makes him the 19th player since 1997 to win three straight on the PGA Tour. Justin Ray, a golf statistics expert who delivered this record, emphasized that it is a record that is not easy to achieve by other players except for Woods, the emperor of golf, saying, “Three consecutive wins out of 18 in the past 26 years may seem insignificant, but 14 of them were won by Tiger Woods.” .

The Farmers Insurance Open, which opens on Wednesday and ends on Saturday, local time, avoiding overlap with the conference finals of the National Football League (NFL), is a tournament with a deep connection to John Rahm’s first win on the PGA Tour in 2017. After winning the championship, Ram, who was strong at Torrey Pines GC with a tie for 29th in 2018, a tie for 5th in 2019, 2nd in 2020, a tie for 7th in 2021, and a tie for 3rd in 2022, regained his supremacy after 6 years and won three consecutive victories. Attention is focused on whether or not to upload it.

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