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What Rahm has left in 2023: playoffs, Europe, Ryder…

What Rahm has left in 2023: playoffs, Europe, Ryder...

With the golf majors campaign over, and after his second place (the best of his career) at the British Open, there are still goals ahead for Jon Rahm. The Biscayan will divide his calendar between the United States and Europe in a final stretch of the season with many incentives, which we review below:

USA: Jon will not be at the 3M Open this week or the Wyndham Championship next week, tournaments that do not have the ‘designated’ category, the most important on the regular PGA calendar. The playoffs begin on August 10 with the St. Jude Championship in Memphis. Jon already skipped one of the ‘designates’, Wells Fargo, back in May, so if he didn’t appear in any of the three heats he would be penalized. The second, the BMW Championship, starts on August 17, and the grand finale, the Tour Championship, on the 24th of the same month. He has a good chance of winning the FedEx Cup, which at this point he leads, for the first time in his career.

Rahm’s calendar

-St. Jude Championship: August 10-13

-BMW Championship: August 17 to 20

-Tour Championship: August 24 to 27

-PGA European Championship: September 14-17

-Ryder Cup: September 29 to October 1

-Open of Spain: October 12 to 15

-DP World Tour Championship: November 16 to 19

Europe: After the PGA playoffs, we have to wait for Rahmbo in the Old Continent. It will have three appearances: the PGA European Championship, one of the most important tournaments on the DP World Tour, which Wentworth hosts from September 14 to 17, and a month later, of course, at the Spanish Open, from October 12 to 15 at the Club de Campo de Madrid. On November 16, he will start in Dubai in the DP World Tour Championship, the final of the European circuit, in whose season ranking he is second.

Ryder Cup: Between Wentworth and the Spanish Open, from September 29 to October 1, the biennial between Europe and the United States sneaks in. The Marco Simone Golf & Country Club in Rome will host the third edition of the León de Barrika, which in 2021 was already one of the leaders of the European team and this time, in a campaign with four victories, including the Augusta Masters, with even more reason. A role that, he assured on Sunday in Hoylake after concluding the British, he is willing to assume.

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