He signs a minus two on the last day and leaves St. Andrews convinced that his game has been better than the final classification projects
Jon Rahm went out yesterday to the imposing Old Course of St. Andrews with the difficult mission of vindicating himself, of feeling the 150th edition of the British Open still very much in spite of the fact that the chances of victory had vanished the day before after a journey plagued with ups and downs that did not shine his card enough.
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