US Open 2021

The first Spaniard to win the U.S. Open, Jon Rahm calls San Diego and the surrounding area his “happy place” because it does remind him so much of home, be it the sea air, the weather and a place where he came into the week a collective 51 under par in the last five years in the annual PGA Tour event, five strokes better than anyone else.

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    US Open 2021

    21 June 2021

    The first Spaniard to win the U.S. Open, Jon Rahm calls San Diego and the surrounding area his “happy place” because it does remind him so much of home, be it the sea air, the weather and a place where he came into the week a collective 51 under par in the last five years in the annual PGA Tour event, five strokes better than anyone else.
    But for all the power and pugilistic might at his disposal, for all the karma and poetic justice pulling him toward a magnificent performance, it was the kid who learned to hit a flop shot with a 4-iron – as he once told veteran golf journalist Jim McCabe – who learned to navigate fast greens, who authored the right shots to bring him his first major title.
    With two holes remaining and trying to chase down hard-luck Louis Oosthuizen, Rahm cozied home the most exquisite 24-foot, left-to-right slider for a birdie on the 17th hole. And then after finding the right greenside bunker on the par-5 18th – the hole where Tiger Woods made a magical birdie in 2008 to force a playoff he eventually won – Rahm played safely, expertly, to the right rather than risk seeing his ball race downhill into the water beyond the hole. And then he sank that one, too, from 18 feet, will and experience and creativity and talent conspiring to deliver the ball into the cup.

    The US Open 2021- Final Leaderboard
    1-Jon Rahm -6
    2-Louis Oosthuizen -5
    3-Harris English -3
    T4-Guido Migliozzi -2
    T4-Brooks Koepka -2
    T4-Collin Morikawa -2