BREAKING NEWS:Jon Rahm reveals plan to make 2025 Ryder Cup despite LIV Golf loyalties… full details below ⬇️ ⬇️

BREAKING NEWS:Jon Rahm reveals plan to make 2025 Ryder Cup despite LIV Golf loyalties… full details below ⬇️ ⬇️

Jon Rahm is hoping to play enough DP World Tour events to qualify for next year’s Ryder Cup, but admits his schedule will be dictated by the impending birth of his third child

Jon Rahm is determined to secure his spot in next year’s Ryder Cup, strategizing around his wife’s pregnancy to meet the required number of DP World Tour events.

The LIV Golf star can represent Team Europe at Bethpage Black if he fulfils his suspensions and pays fines for participating in the Saudi-backed tour, provided he maintains his DP World Tour membership by competing in four tournaments. Even while serving his bans, Rahm can continue playing in LIV competitions.

The world No. 5 and his spouse Kelley revealed this March that they are expecting their third child come autumn. “I just need to look into it. Obviously I’ve wanted to play in Spain,” Rahm remarked during the PGA Championship this week.

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“I’ll need to talk to them about how we can figure it out so I can play some events. Obviously Kelley’s due date affects what tournaments I can and cannot play, so I think I’m kind of waiting on that a little bit to then be able to form a schedule.

“It does come to a point where I might need to play four events late in the year, but you know, can’t really get in the way of life in that sense, right, literally. I mean, it’s our third child so I wouldn’t miss that for the world, and if I have to play a little bit more in the fall, I will.”

“Based on that, I can’t really tell you yet what I’ll be playing. I don’t know. There’s certain tournaments I would like to play but I will see if I can or not.” Rahm played a starring role in Europe’s victory over their American rivals last Autumn, winning the matchplay clash 16.5-11.5 at Marco Simone.

Keen to defend the title alongside his teammates next September, he went on: “I said I would do whatever I can to get into that Ryder Cup team, and I made that commitment to Luke (Donald), and I want to be able to be a part of it. So again the schedule’s going to be the hardest thing in that regard.”

Rahm became arguably LIV’s biggest signing last December, penning a deal worth a reported $600 million. In doing so the

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