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Jon Rahm: Age, net worth, major wins

After turning professional in 2016, Jon Rahm has enjoyed a rapid ascent to the top of the game. After just one year as a pro, Rahm was on the outskirts of the world's top 10, breaking through a few weeks later.

Having spent all of the last three years ranked inside the world's top three, Rahm has also enjoyed a lengthy spell as world number one, a position he reclaimed after his win at the Genesis Invitational.

Undoubtedly one of the golfers of his generation, read all you need to know about Rahm below.

How old is Jon Rahm?

Born 10th November 1994, Rahm is 28 years old.

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What's Jon Rahm's net worth?

In 2022, Rahm's net worth was estimated to be around $16m, but with three wins and three more top-10s in his first six starts on the PGA TOUR in 2023, the Spaniard has earned nearly $10m this year alone.

Where does Jon Rahm live?

Rahm, like many golfers, lives in Scottsdale, Arizona, home of the WM Phoenix Open.

Is Jon Rahm Spanish?

Yes, Rahm was born in the Basque County in northern Spain.

Where did Jon Rahm grow up?

Though his accent may lead you to believe Rahm has spent most of his life in the United States, Rahm grew up in Spain, moving to America for college, despite not speaking any English.

Rahm attended Arizona State University on a golf scholarship and won the Ben Hogan Award twice (the first player to do so), as the best college golf player in the United States.

Who is Jon Rahm's caddie?

Shortly after turning pro in 2016, Jon Rahm employed Adam Hayes, who's also caddied for Webb Simpson, Russell Henley and Jason Dufner.

Who is Jon Rahm's wife?

Rahm is married to Kelley Cahill from Oregon with the pair meeting at Arizona State University. The pair got engaged in 2018 and have two sons, born in 2021 and 2022.

Has Jon Rahm won a major?

After seven top-10s in majors, Rahm made his breakthrough at the 2021 US Open, birdieing his final two holes to overtake Louis Oosthuizen, winning by one stroke at Torrey Pines.

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