You can rearrange the letters of Jon Rahm’s las name to form the word “harm.” And few of his competitors would argue that Rahm is causing great harm to their chances of winning golf tournaments these days.

Rahm captured his second major championship of his career when he won the Masters this past April. Rahm was truly a master at Augusta National as he methodically overtook third-round leader Brooks Koepka and kept plodding his way to victory. For Rahm, this season has been yet another quantum leap in his career. He has now won four tournaments this year and five in the past 12 months. Rahm is part of a new “Big Three” which includes Rory McIlroy and Scottie Scheffler. For a while, it seemed as if these three were all about equal, but with Rahm winning the season’s first official major, combined with his four victories, he has, for the moment, separated himself from the other two.

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