Rahm: "Pebble Beach remembers the Basque coast fields"

"It's the Neguri of California," says the Basque, who will lead the Spanish Navy from Thursday at the US Open in Pebble Beach.


"It's the Neguri of California, it reminds me so much of the Basque coast ... My career in California from the University is quite good. They are fields, cities, environments, very familiar to me, food is good, which is also important ", says Jon Rahm on the site of the 119 US Open, which starts this Thursday in the Californian public field of Pebble Beach, a mythical one that has hosted the appointment six times.

" The greens are like the ones I grew up in, from poa annua This week there will be many putts that you will throw from three meters, that by the poa or by the speed they will not go in. It happens also in Neguri, in Larrabea, in Pedreña ... You have to have patience. let's fail for birdie ", continues the Basque, who will lead a Spanish delegation of four golfers: in addition to him, Sergio García, Rafa Cabrera Bello and Adri Arnaus will be there.

About how his career has progressed lately, Barrika acknowledged: "I was too focused on being in the top 10 of the world rankings, there comes a time when it does not matter, I know I am of world quality. These three years I have not rested professionally enough The first thing I did after playing badly in Colonial, I realized I was tired I had played so much golf that I touched limit I'm happy about the rest ".

The batteries are already charged, however , and hungry to continue competing: "I want to go back to training, I am much happier to be in the field and not so obsessed with certain things". "In this field, anyone can do well, if it's true that if a puncher has a good week, that closeness will always come in. The last winner here was McDowell, who is not a puncher, but a fighter. week separates men from children, closed.



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