Jon Rahm hopes he can take the “wave” of his brilliant form to greater success this season.

Rahm won four times in 11 events in 2023, the last seen to be replaced by him. Scottie Scheffler He’s number one in the world after succeeding the American as the Masters champion at Augusta National.

The former US Open champion is halfway through completing her career grand slam, and with the majors coming in at a fast pace since the 2019 US PGA Championship was moved from August to May, Rahm is enjoying the prospect of adding to his Oak tally. confesses. Hill this week

“I’m confident. I’m feeling good,” Rahm said.

“There’s always the little things we all want to improve, but I think at the end of the day it’s more what’s going on on the golf course than technique at this point in the season.

“It’s not uncommon for a player to win more than one major in a year, so it would be great to be able to add my name to that list. Last I can remember this was Brooks (Koepka), 2018?

“Before this Jordan (Spieth) in 2015. It doesn’t happen very often, so I’d love to.”

Spieth needs to win the U.S. PGA to complete a career grand slam, but this week he doubts his wrist injury, but Rory McIlroy’s latest attempt to become the sixth player to win all four majors, with his demoralizing miss at the Masters concluded. .

When asked about the possibility of joining golf’s most elite club, Rahm said, “Obviously if I win the Open Championship this week or so, that’s really coming true, but winning two majors isn’t easy and it’s important to choose which one to win. It’s kind of silly to think about.

“I think winning the grand slam would definitely be great, but without sounding too arrogant or arrogant, I’d rather focus on the number of majors you’ve won than having the grand slam alone.

“Obviously it would be great, but the more you position yourself to win big champions, the more likely you are to succeed.

“But there are very few players to do that, the last one Tiger (Forests). It is obviously not an easy thing to accomplish.”