“I only missed a fairway”- Jon Rahm on his loss at the PGA Championship

Jon Rahm talks about his loss at the PGA Tour.

Jon Rahm
Jon Rahm

World no.2 Spanish golfer Jon Rahm finished his journey at the US PGA Championship in Tulsa with a round under par, 68 strokes (-2), the best of the week, which included four birdies and strokes (-2) which were the best of the week. It also included four birdies and two bogeys and a shot off the tee at hole 17 par 4, which ended with the ball three meters from the flag, however, it failed to finish off the eagle.

The Spaniard said at the end of his round, that it had been the best round of golf for him, he said that it was his best time putts and rolling the ball on the green in a very long time. Rahm said, “I can only blame the mistake on the 17th putt, which has been really bad, because all the others I have felt very well”.

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“Sometimes things don’t work out”

John Rahm
Jon Rahm

Speaking about it, he said, “I only missed a fairway, a day like today with how well I played and in the last few holes it went a little wrong. Sometimes things don’t work out. I keep thinking about the first day, +3. Three mistakes I can fix. It’s easy to think about it, to think about what I could have done better and what could have been”.

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Rahm acknowledged that his thought that day was to take advantage and try to blow up the course. “I played very well and could have been much better. I’m not going to blame myself for anything, but it’s not easy to putt here. I leave with a positive mind in that regard”.

Rahm lacked rhythm, and it was clearly not his week. Everything that had been planned turned the other way around. A comment made by his caddy after hitting a great 3-wood in the 17th round sums up what the tournament has been like. “Let’s see if I have a bit of luck for the first time this week”. Another unfortunate incident during his run was when an errant ball smashed the face of ESPN reporter Sage Steele and forced for to seek medical treatment.

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