Jon Rahm 2023 Net Worth: How Rich is the Spaniard?

Published 04/09/2023, 6:44 PM EDT

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The 2023 golf season started with a bang, especially for Spanish golfer Jon Rahm. The 28-year-old has been undoubtedly the most consistent player on the tour so far, with wins on almost every other appearance. But with a Masters title beckoning, Rahm could further extend his stupendous form this season. Taking into account his wonderful start to the year, how much does the Spaniard’s net worth add up to?

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It’s a pity that Rahm merely has a single major championship victory to his name. The Spaniard has been one of the most dependable players on the tour, with his cool and collected persona often the highlight of his wins.

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Rahm started the 2023 season with a win at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, finishing with an absurd scoreline of 27-under-par. But if that wasn’t enough, he followed that up with another victory, this time at the American Express tournament.

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Despite fans’ rising expectations to make it a hat-trick of wins, Rahm wasn’t able to win the following event. Yet, he remained within arm’s length of other competitions before achieving another victory at the Genesis Open.

It remains Rahm’s last victory so far, but with three titles already this season, the golfer’s valuation has received a significant bump. ‘Rhambo’ currently has a net worth of $20 million, but that could rise again on the back of his amazing Masters display.

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Can Jon Rahm win the Masters Tournament?

The 28-year-old started the final round of the tournament in second place and within two strokes of the leader. However, his consistency played a vital role again as he stormed to take the lead, with a maiden Green Jacket in sight.

Rahm has never won at Augusta National before despite making annual visits to the course since 2017. His best-ever rank at the Masters was a solo fourth place in the 2018 edition, which eventually kickstarted a run of four top-10 finishes in the event.

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Can Rahm do the impossible and make his year sweeter with a major championship haul? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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Sharan is an Engineering student with a desire to carve out a career in sports journalism. He is an ardent Tiger Woods fan and his 2019 Masters victory is what further cemented his love for the golfer. A die hard football fan, Sharan can be seen cheering for Real Madrid, and playing FIFA every chance he gets.
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