Jon Rahm

updated 14 Jun 2023

Jon Rahm is a Spanish professional golfer who is currently ranked among the top golfers in the world. He was born on November 10, 1994, in Barrika, Spain, and began playing golf at a young age.

Rahm played college golf at Arizona State University, where he was a two-time winner of the Ben Hogan Award, given annually to the top men's college golfer in the United States. He turned professional in 2016 and quickly made a name for himself on the PGA Tour.

Since turning pro, Rahm has won several high-profile tournaments, including the 2017 Farmers Insurance Open, the 2018 CareerBuilder Challenge, the 2018 European Tour's Spanish Open, the 2019 Zurich Classic, and most importantly the 2023 Masters at Augusta National

Range Talk with Rahm

John discusses where his swing came from, how he learned english through rap, how he got recruited for college golf, and how he met he wife.

Range Talk with Jon Rahm

Jon Rahm WITB

Jon Rahm currently games the Callaway Paradym Triple Diamond driver @ 11.5. He is notorious for not having changed his woods or irons shafts for nearly ten years. Somehow the shafts have held up the entire time. He hasn't even changed the shaft itself to the same one but new.

He carries Triple Diamond T fairway at 15 and 18.

John plays with much higher lofts than standard pga pros, especially in his woods (but in his irons as well) because of his steep angle of attack, he likes to hit down on the ball, and says that he just hits knuckle balls when playing with lower lofts.

For the Irons he carries the Callaway Apex TCB 4-PW with Project X 6.5 shafts

For the wedges he carries the Callaway Jaws Raw (52-10, 56-12 @55.25, 60-10) with the same shafts as his irons.

And finally for the flat stick he carries Odyssey White Hot OG Rossie S with NO SITELINES. The lines give him trouble and he will push right when there are lines on the ball.

He rolls the Callaway Chrome Soft X. Jon Rahm latest WITB Jon Rahm WITB video

Jon Rahm's Swing

Jon is known for his abbreviated punchy swing that generates incredible swing speed and power despite it's abbreviated length. Jon developed this swing playing heavily wooded golf courses of spain that required a lot of accuracy. Practicing punch shots where he was not allowed to take the club above waist height taught him to develop power with his legs while maintaining accuracy. In general he is a fader of the golf ball, especially with the driver, but he is capable hitting a draw when the shot calls for it.

Swing Analysis with John Rahm

Jon Rahm's Iron Swing Slow Motion

Jon Rahm Iron swing in slow motion

Final Round at the 2023 Masters

Every Single Shot from Jon Rahms 2023 Final Round at Augusta National