'Mission comeback' for the binomial Rahm-Hayes

Player and caddy have forged a relationship of symbiosis since 2017. In Valderrama they are seven strokes away from the leader and three from Sergio García.


Jon Rahm finished the second round of the Estrella Damm Andalucía Valderrama Masters disgruntled. Two closing bogeys and a total of -1 leave you behind in the fight with the best of a field and a tournament you want to dominate. This time the wind cheated him. "If I eliminate silly mistakes, I'll have some choice," said Barrika, seven strokes behind leader Bezuidenhout (-8) , three from Sergio Garcia, Adri Arnaus, and Quiros, with -4.

while Rahm attended to the The press, in the distance, looked in cold blood Adam Hayes, an American from Charlotte who has seen everything in golf. Since 2000 he has brought the bag of Jonathan Byrd, Jason Dufner, Russell Henley ... but in 2017 he was A committed caddy, he committed himself to Rahm, , who has only seen his bag of clubs carried to Hayes, and the North Carolina player has understood the Barrika golfer, with his temperament and his world star game.

"Adam is a It is very important to me, although the final decision is always mine, he gives me his opinion if I ask, it helps me a lot and if not, it would not be my caddy ", Rahm explained to AS Hayes and Rahm have forged a caddy relationship symbios player is. "From the first moment I saw Rahm hitting the ball he knew it was special," said the American, who, wearing the Vizcayan's clubs, became one of the PGA Tour's most prestigious caddies and one of the leaders in the list of winnings, at the level of Michael Greller (Spieth) or Colin Swatton (Jason Day) .

But what Rahm and Hayes is deeper than a boss-employee. Among them there is confidence and a good atmosphere that is reflected in visits to Barrika de Adam, who stayed in Plentzia to spend a few days near Jon, which when playing for North Carolina takes refuge in the house of Hayes. The binomial takes seven titles between the European and American circuit. Next mission: to go up in Valderrama.



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