Rahm: "I knew what to do to give me the option of victory"

The Vizcaya, 24, took the Irish Open for the second time in his career. He signed a great comeback: "From hole 10 I knew he was there."


Jon Rahm was full after winning , from behind, with a great comeback at the Irish Open in Lahinch. "I love this tournament, I love this country, I love the people and I feel at home every time I come," the Vizcayan told the European Tour.

Rahm had already won this tournament in 2017 and rated the win as something "very special": "I'm excited to repeat. I think Seve was the only Spanish player to win more than once in Ireland (he did it three times) and It's probably one of my favorite trophies that I have at home and having another one is great ".

Rahm, who came from being second in Valderrama, ratified his good moment:" My game was in great shape, it just did not show up in the first two days, that the putts did not come in. But the weekend was the opposite. "

Rahm started his comeback on the 5th hole and saw a key moment in the 10th:" I knew what I had what to do to have an opportunity and I was looking at the classification, which was going up From 10 I said: "Let's go for it" and the eagle of 12 already made me go forward ".



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