F-1: Winner of 2021 U.S. Open Championship
F-2: From the 2023 U.S. Open, the low 10 scorers and ties
F-6: Winner of 2023 Masters Tournament
F-11: Those players who qualified and were eligible for 2023 season-ending Tour Championship

The fiery Spaniard birdied the 71st and 72nd holes to produce a one-stroke victory over Louis Oosthuizen in the 2021 U.S. Open at Torrey Pines Golf Course's South Course. Rahm, who carded a final-round 67 to finish at 6-under 278, became the first player from Spain to win any USGA championship, and the first since Tom Watson in 1982 at Pebble Beach to birdie the final two holes in winning the title. The win vaulted Rahm back to the No. 1 spot in the Official World Golf Ranking. He and World Golf Hall of Fame member Seve Ballesteros are the only players from Spain to ascend to the No. 1 spot in the OWGR. Rahm and Torrey Pines continued to have a love affair. It is where he claimed his first PGA Tour title with a dramatic 72nd-hole eagle in 2017 and where he proposed to his college sweetheart, Kelley Cahill. Rahm joined Jack Nicklaus, Johnny Miller and Ken Venturi as players in the post-World War II era to win the U.S. Open after earning low-amateur honors in the same championship. Rahm was the low amateur at Oakmont C.C. in 2016. Rahm then joined fellow Spaniards Ballesteros, Sergio Garcia and Jose Maria Olazabal as a Masters champion with a four-stroke win in 2023 over Phil Mickelson and two-time U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka. The triumph came on what would have been Ballesteros' 66th birthday. Prior to turning professional, Rahm won the 2015 Mark McCormack Medal for being No. 1 in the World Amateur Golf Ranking. Rahm was a two-time winner of the Ben Hogan Award, given to the best amateur golfer, and he broke Jack Nicklaus' 72-hole scoring mark in the 2014 World Amateur Team Championship in Japan, shooting 263. Nicklaus had owned the record for 54 years. At Arizona State, Rahm won 11 tournaments, including the 2016 Pacific-12 Conference title. He now owns 20 worldwide professional victories (11 on the PGA Tour) and he has represented Europe three times in the Ryder Cup, including the winning side in 2018 and 2023. 

U.S. Open Results

YEAR
SITE
SCORES
TO PAR
FINISH
2023
The Los Angeles Country Club (North Course)
69-73-70-65--277
-3
T-10
2022
The Country Club
69-67-71-74--281
+1
T-12
2021
Torrey Pines Golf Course (South Course)
69-70-72-67--278
-6
Win
2020
Winged Foot Golf Club (West Course)
69-72-76-73--290
+10
T-23
2019
Pebble Beach Golf Links
69-70-70-68--277
-7
T-3
2018
Shinnecock Hills Golf Club
78-77
+15
MC
2017
Erin Hills
76-73
+5
MC
2016
Oakmont Country Club
76-69-72-70--287
+7
T-23

YEAR

2023

SITE

The Los Angeles Country Club (North Course)

SCORES

69-73-70-65--277

TO PAR

-3

FINISH

T-10

YEAR

2022

SITE

The Country Club

SCORES

69-67-71-74--281

TO PAR

+1

FINISH

T-12

YEAR

2021

SITE

Torrey Pines Golf Course (South Course)

SCORES

69-70-72-67--278

TO PAR

-6

FINISH

Win

YEAR

2020

SITE

Winged Foot Golf Club (West Course)

SCORES

69-72-76-73--290

TO PAR

+10

FINISH

T-23

YEAR

2019

SITE

Pebble Beach Golf Links

SCORES

69-70-70-68--277

TO PAR

-7

FINISH

T-3

YEAR

2018

SITE

Shinnecock Hills Golf Club

SCORES

78-77

TO PAR

+15

FINISH

MC

YEAR

2017

SITE

Erin Hills

SCORES

76-73

TO PAR

+5

FINISH

MC

YEAR

2016

SITE

Oakmont Country Club

SCORES

76-69-72-70--287

TO PAR

+7

FINISH

T-23

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