Jon Rahm Recovers From Stomach Problem Ahead Of Ryder Cup
Provided By - Video Elephant on September 17, 2021
Jon Rahm has said his game is improving ahead of the Ryder Cup after struggling with stomach issues.
The world number one will make his second Ryder Cup appearance for Europe at Whistling Straits.
Rahm, who is playing in the PGA Tour's season-opener in California, says he has recovered well from the illness.
Rahm said he was having difficulty focusing due to not eating solid meals because of the illness.
The 26-year-old said that he has dealt with worse during his career and is OK to compete.
"I've dealt with worse. A lot of people have played with worse. Tiger Woods won a US Open with a broken knee, so I'm OK," Jon Rahm.
Rahm is part of Europe’s Ryder Cup team hoping to retain the Ryder Cup following a 17½-10½ victory in 2018.