Moments After Scottie Scheffler Tainted the World No.1 Legacy, Rival Jon Rahm Makes a Wrenching Confession

The Ryder Cup has officially neared its end. The weekend was jam-packed with a ton of action and entertainment for the golfing community. The two teams competed against each other to grab the highest patriotic honor for their respective countries.

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The greatest golfers took part in the matches. The world number one golfer, Scottie Scheffler, too was a part of the event. He made history, but not in the positive sense. After failing to meet the expectations, the world number one was left in tears and inconsolable.

Scheffler’s Disappointing Performance at the Ryder Cup


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Scheffler is ranked number one in the world golf ranking; however, surprisingly, he was unable to win a single round at the Ryder Cup. This comes as a surprise considering his supreme ranking.

His failure to win even one round of the 2023 Ryder Cup and then having a tie with Jon Rahm in Sunday’s singles was a huge disappointment.

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Rahm came forward and mentioned that Scheffler cried the previous day after he lost his morning foursome along with Brooks Koepka. It was the largest defeat in the format in the history of the Ryder Cup. Additionally, Rahm also added that he himself had cried once behind the camera.

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Reportedly, Scheffler was inconsolable and was not selected by Zach Johnson for the evening match. The visuals from the golf course of him crying as well as Rahm’s confession have left fans stunned.

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