He has a remarkable record, holding the top place in the World Amateur Golf Ranking for an unprecedented 60 weeks.
He won the Memorial Tournament in July 2020, catapulting him to the top of the Official World Golf Ranking.
Being the first Spanish golfer to win the U.S. Open in June 2021, Jon achieved a key career milestone.
He’s known as “Rahmbo” because of his competitive nature, but he’s also infamous for frequently slamming his clubs into the ground to vent his annoyance.
In 2015 and 2016, Jon Rahm won the Ben Hogan Award twice to start his professional golf career.
He held the top spot at the Eisenhower Trophy in 2014. During his junior year of college, he participated in the Phoenix Open as an amateur and placed sixth.
By 2015, he was rated first in the World Amateur Golf Ranking, a position he held for a record 60 consecutive weeks before losing it after 25 weeks.
As the top-ranked amateur golfer in 2015, he advanced to the U.S. Amateur quarterfinals.
Following Derek Bard’s victory, he was awarded the Mark H. McCormack Medal, which entitles him to compete in the Open Championship and U.S. Open the following year.
After a streak of triumphs at the undergraduate level, including an NCAA regional championship and a Pac-12 Conference crown, Jon turned pro after the 2016 U.S. Open.
He tied for third place at the Quicken Loans National, where he made his professional debut.
His performance at the Quicken Loans National secured him a spot in the Open Championship despite giving up his exemption for the event.
His second-place finish at the RBC Canadian Open earned him Special Temporary Member status for the remainder of the season, and by 2017, he had obtained a PGA Tour card.
After many major victories in 2017, Jon’s career grew dramatically. These victories included the Open de Espana and the Farmers Insurance Open, which marked his maiden PGA Tour triumph.
In addition to competing in his first World Golf Championship competitions, he was given entry into the Master’s Tournament, The Players Championship, and the PGA Championship.
He triumphed in the Hero World Challenge, the Open de Espana, and the CareerBuilder Challenge in 2018.
He maintained his winning streak in 2019, taking home the Dubai Duty-Free Irish Open, the Open de Espana, and the Zurich Classic of New Orleans.
He also received the honor of the European Tour Golfer of the Year and the Race to Dubai championship.
Jon won the Memorial Tournament in 2020, reaching the top of the world rankings. Even though he was fired after two weeks, but he kept up his strong performance, taking home the BMW Championship.
He had a poor start to the year because of a Covid-19-related withdrawal from the Memorial Tournament, but in 2021 he won his first major tournament, the U.S. Open.
After Jon Rahm won the 2021 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines on June 20, 2021, a $2.5 million reward was added to his $38 million career earnings.
Jon Rahm has made significant money through brand endorsements and golf earnings. He is well known for his affiliation with Scottsdale, Arizona-based software and consulting firm Blue Yonder.
He first inked a multi-year contract with Callaway Golf Corporation, but in 2021 he signed a new deal with TaylorMade.