Europe’s Jon Rahm insists he will ‘let the clubs and the ball do the talking’ against Americans at the Ryder Cup after being rejected for PGA Tour Player of the Year
- Jon Rahm from Europe finished second to Patrick Cantlay from the US for the award
- That was despite better scores over the course of the season
- The Spaniard now wants victory to be the crown on what was ‘a wonderful year’
- Rahm, who was said to be fuming to miss something, will be a key figure for Europe
The excited Jon Rahm vowed to “let the clubs and the ball do the talking” as he seeks revenge at the Ryder Cup after being controversially rejected for PGA Tour Player of the Year.
The furious Spanish No. 1 in the world finished second to American opponent Patrick Cantlay for the award, despite posting better scores over the course of the season.
And on the eve of the Battle of Whistling Straits, he wants a victory on foreign soil to conclude what would otherwise have been “a wonderful year.”
Excited Jon Rahm vowed to ‘let the clubs and the ball do the talking’ at the Ryder Cup
Rahm (along with Rory McIlroy) wants the win to be a ‘great year’
Rahm, personally said to be fuming to miss something, will be a key figure as Padraig Harrington’s underdog Europeans seek a disturbance on the shores of Lake Michigan.
“Hopefully like I’ve done this year so far, I’ll let the clubs and the ball do the talking and leave the speeches and leadership to the guys who have been doing this for a long time,” he said. .
“It would be a very nice end to what has been a wonderful year.” Rahm also called for a repeat of their 2018 one-sided triumph in Paris.
“That victory in France, you create a bond that is unforgettable,” he added.
“It would be a really good feeling to be able to do it on my first attempt on American soil.”