Jon Rahm subscribes to 2 and 7

The 26-year-old Spaniard has been number two in the world since August and in the last three tournaments played he has been seventh.


Jon Rahm was not satisfied with the Farmers Insurance Open in California. The Spaniard finished in seventh place, six strokes behind winner Patrick Reed, but the game played, especially on the greens, was not to the liking of the fabulous player born in Barrika 26 years ago. Putts that fell too repeatedly short were undermining options and even Rahm's ambition to reissue the win where he debuted as a winner on the PGA Tour. Despite not displaying his best game, Jon signed a final -8 with the last two rounds at par which gave him the aforementioned seventh place ... the same as the two previous tournaments played: the Augusta Masters and the Sentry Tournament of Champions.

Regularity in the final position that has given him more than enough points to remain affiliated with the other number that recently marks the Spanish career, 2. And it is that as every Monday the world golf ranking has been updated and Rahm remains one more week in number 2, since it has not changed since last August 24. In front, the North American Dustin Johnson, who for the moment is immovable as the leader of the list, and behind another player born in the United States who also remains fixed in the position, in his case at number 3, Justin Thomas. Sergio Garcia rises to 43rd from 45th, Rafa Cabrera Bello wins one and is 82nd and Adri Arnaus rises from 127th to 115th and is already looking straight at the Top 100.

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