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Jon Rahm By The Numbers

Apr 25, 2016

(NOTE: THE LIST BELOW IS UPDATED AFTER JON'S 2015-16 COLLEGIATE SEASON WHEN HE WON THE BEN HOGAN AND JACK NICKLAUS AWARDS)

-1.78- In 2015-16 Jon finished a national-best -1.78 in score versus par. 

1- Rahm is rated the No. 1 World Amateur according to the World Amateur Golf Rankings (WAGR).

2- Became the only two-time recipient of the prestigious Ben Hogan Award (EST 1990).

3- Rahm is the only three-time winner of the Sun Devil-hosted Thunderbird Invitational having captured the title the past three seasons.

3.93- One of the longest hitters in the college ranks, Rahm recorded a national best 3.93 par-4 scoring average in 2015-16. 

T5Rahm finished T-5 at the 2015 Waste Management Open, becoming the first amateur to finish in the top-five of a PGA TOUR event since Chris Wood (fifth) at the 2008 British Open and Justin Rose (tied for fourth) at the 1998 British Open.

7- Earning PING First-Team All-American honors for a second-consecutive season in 2015-16 season, Rahm became the seventh player in program history to accomplish the feat twice in a career. 

11- Career collegiate victories, the second-most in program history behind Phil Mickelson (16).

12- The senior recorded 13 top-10 finishes in 2015-16 (every event), becomming the second Sun Devil -- and the first since Chris Hanell in 1997 -- to record a top-10 finish in every outing in a season.

35- Career top-10 finishes in 52 collegiate events. 

39- Jon recorded 39 eagles in 165 career rounds.

61- As a freshman in 2013, Rahm fired an NCAA Championship opening round record 61

69.15- Rahm's scoring average in 2014-15 that set an ASU record and marked as the third-best in NCAA history entering play this year.

69.38- Rahm's scoring average in 2015-16, the second-best in college golf.

77- In 165 career outings, Rahm posted 77 rounds in the 60s. 

117- Rahm has finished par or better in 117 of a 161 career rounds.

171- In 2015-16 Rahm led the nation in birdies, tallying 171. 

192- Rahm's 21-under 192 at the 2014 Thunderbird Invitational broke the school's 54-hole record final score record and set a Thunderbird Invite tournament record. 

263- Rahm's 23-under 263 at the 2014 World Amateur broke the previous record of 269 held by Jack Nicklaus (66-67-68-68) set at Merion G.C. (east Course), in Ardmore, Pa., in 1960.

671- Rahm got darn good at drawing circles in his four years as a Sun Devil, accumulating 671 career birdies. 

2015- In 2015 he was the recipient of the prestigious Ben Hogan Award, which recognizes the top player in collegiate golf. Rahm also earned the McCormack Medal honoring the top player in WAGR at the end of the summer season.

2016- In 2016 Rahm became the first two-time recipient of the Ben Hogan Award since its inception in 1990. 

MOST @ASUMENSGOLF TOURNAMENT WINS 
Phil Mickelson (1988-92), 16
Jon Rahm (2012-present), 11
Billy Mayfair (1984-88), 8
Alejandro Canizares (2002-2006), 6
Charlie Gibson (1972-75), 6
Paul Casey (1997-2000), 6
Todd Demsey (1991-95), 5

JON RAHM COLLEGIATE TOURNAMENT WINS (11)
2016 NCAA Albuquerque Regional (May 16-18)
2016 Pac-12 Championship (April 29-May 1)
2016 ASU Thunderbird Invitational (Apr. 2-3)
2015 Tavistock Invitational (Oct. 18-20)
2015 NCAA San Diego Regional (May 14-16)
2015 ASU Thunderbird Invitational (Apr. 3-4)
2015 Duck Invitational (Mar. 23-24)
2014 Bill Cullum Invitational (Oct. 20-21)
2014 ASU Thunderbird Invitational (Mar. 21-23)
2013 San Diego Classic (Mar. 11-12)
2012 Bill Cullum Invitational (Oct. 21-22)

BEST NCAA SEASON STROKE AVERAGE THROUGH 2015-16
Bill Haas, Wake Forest, 2003-04, 68.93
Maverick McNealy, Stanford, 2014-15, 69.05
Jon Rahm, Arizona State, 2014-15, 69.15
Ryan Moore, UNLV, 2004-05, 69.29
Ryan Moore, UNLV, 2003-2004, 69.38
Jon Rahm, Arizona State, 2015-16, 69.41
Patrick Rodgers, Stanford, 2013-2014, 69.41

ASU NCAA TOP THREE FINISHES (1983-2016)
Alejandro Canizares (Fr.) 1st/2003 (Stillwater, Okla.)
Todd Demsey (So.), 1st/1993 (Lexington, Ky.)
Phil Mickelson (Sr.), 1st/1992 (Albuquerque, N.M.)
Phil Mickelson (So.), 1st/1990 (Tarpon Springs, Fla.)
Phil Mickelson (Fr.), 1st/1989 (Edmond, Okla.)
Jim Carter (Jr.), 1st/1983 (Fresno, Calif.)
Jon Rahm (Fr.), T2nd/2013 (Atlanta, Ga.)
Jon Rahm (Sr.), T3rd/2016 (Eugene, Ore.