He El Camaleón field in Mayakoba save one of the best memories in golfer Jon Rahm’s career.
While still an amateur, he played his first professional championship with his father as a caddy. And now, after migrating from PGA Tour to LIV Golf, the Spanish returns to Mexico As the highest paid athlete in history ($520 million for three years), a transformation similar to that of a chameleon.
The course has changed a lot, it is much narrower and more difficult from tee to green, something that makes me happy as it generates more competition. Mayakoba has a special place in my heart,” he commented prior to the start of the 2024 LIV season, where he is the top figure.
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His surprising decision to leave the PGA has generated controversy in golf, and for the originally from Barrika, Spainthere is no better way to ignore criticism than to follow the advice of the people who watched you grow into one of the best golfers in the world.
Heart that does not see, heart that does not feel. I was very clear the day I made the decision that when I signed, many people were not going to agree. I talked about it with my family and for me, what they think is important. “Not everyone understands the life we have,” he said.
In his new stage, without the renowned tournaments that he once won such as the The Masters and the US Openhis goal will continue to be to leave his mark on the industry, although away from the big stages of which he was once a part.
Keep winning, same thing. Try to be the best here. With the luck of winning individually or in teams. But win it all.”
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