He is accompanied by world titles, honors, and an invincible putt on the final hole. It’s Jon Rahm, one of the most illustrious professional golfers. The Spanish golfer was once ranked first in the ‘World Amateur Golf Ranking’ for a record 60 weeks. Furthermore, Rahm was ranked 766th in the ‘Official World Golf Ranking.’ Later, in January 2018, the accomplished golfer achieved a career-high ranking of No.2 in the world after winning the ‘CareerBuilder Challenge.’ Furthermore, the influential personality has 167k Instagram followers. On Twitter, he has 80.3k followers.
Early Life of Jon Rahm
On November 10, 1994, the accomplished golfer was born Jon Rahm Rodriguez. He was born in Barrika, Basque Country, Spain, to Edorta Rahm (father) and Angela Rodriguez (mother). Rahm is born under the sign of Scorpio. The 24-year-old is of Spanish nationality.
He has not, however, revealed any information about his ethnicity. Jon also has a brother named Eriz Rahm. Jon’s father, mother, and brother all continue to show their support for him.
How much is Jon Rahm Net Worth?
Rahm currently has a net worth of $3 million.
Who is Jon Rahm Wife?
The 24-year-old pro golfer is not married at the moment. However, he does have a girlfriend. Rahm is currently engaged to Kelley Cahill, his long-relationship girlfriend. They met at Arizona State University and have been together ever since.
The couple hasn’t married yet. They do, however, live together at the moment. In 2018, the couple took another step forward in their relationship by getting engaged. Cahill is most likely to become his future wife.
The Career of Jon Rahm
Rahm turned professional following the 2016 US Open. He made his professional debut at the Quicken Loans National. Jon finished third in the event. Jon earned a spot in The Open thanks to his performance at the Quicken Loans National. Rahm also received a PGA Tour card for 2017.
After that, Rahm won his first PGA Tour title at the Farmers Insurance Open in late January 2017. With his victory, he climbed to 46th in the Official Golf Ranking. In fact, he gained entry into events such as the Master’s Tournament, The Players Championship, The PGA Championship, and The World Golf Championships. On March 2, Jon Rahm competed in his first WGC event, the WGC-Mexico Championship, finishing T3, two strokes behind the winner.
Jon finished second in his second WGC event, the WGC-Dell Technologies Match Play. The player finished sixth in the FedEx Cup Standings. In all four FedEx Cup Playoff events, he finished in the top ten. Jon Rahm was named European Tour Rookie of the Year after winning the DP World Championship. Jon began the 2018 season by finishing runner-up once again at the Sentry Tournament of Champions in Kapalua, Hawaii.
Following that, he won his second PGA Tour event of his career, the CareerBuilder Challenge. With the victory, Jon climbed to a career-high of second place in the world rankings. With this victory, he now has four wins in 38 professional starts. Later, on April 28, 2019, the professional golfer won the Zurich Classic on the PGA Tour. Similarly, on June 16, Jon finished tied for third at the US Open at Pebble Beach Golf Links. The wealthy golfer has amassed vast fortunes as a result of his career.