Sept. 25-Oct. 1, 2023 Marco Simone Golf & Country Club, Rome, Italy

World Number One Rahm has qualified for the European team for a second successive time after producing arguably the best golf of any European during the qualifying period – topping both points lists.

And it comes as no surprise given that this year he collected his first Major Championship at the U.S. Open and recorded a further 13 top ten finishes, while also reaching the top of the Official World Golf Ranking.

This helped the Spaniard rack up a staggering 10,122.82 European Points.

Rahm made his Ryder Cup debut in Paris in 2018 after automatically qualifying for Thomas Bjørn's European team. While he narrowly lost his first two matches, Rahm memorably went on to defeat Tiger Woods in the Sunday Singles matches 2&1, ensuring that all players won at least one point for Team Europe over the three days.

A more experienced Rahm could be a European to be feared at Whistling Straits.

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