World No 2 Jon Rahm has revealed how he is making up time during this time of isolation as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to disrupt the golfing calendar.
Last season’s Race to Dubai winner was speaking on SiriusXM’s Gravy and the Sleeze about his different hobbies that have taken up his time and attention lately.
Rahm last competed at the PLAYERS Championship two weeks ago, but the competition was cancelled after the first round due to health and safety concerns.
And, he admitted that he hasn’t touched his golf clubs since and has been indulging in playing video games, doing some home workouts and binging on Netflix series.
He is also eager to become more handy in the kitchen with his wife now on full duty to cook him meals.
‘I don’t think any of us have ever had this much time off. At the same time it doesn’t feel like time off.
‘I feel bad Kelley has to cook every single meal. She likes it, but not everything, She did buy me a Traeger, the WiFi one that does everything for you, so it’s like grilling for dummies,’ said Rahm.
Despite enjoying some quality time at home with his other half, Rahm is worried about the damage the pandemic is causing across the world and in the USA.
‘I do fear the worst is yet to come, I hope I’m wrong, but I do see quarantine happening at some point in the US.’
With many tournaments now set be played at a later stage this year, the 25-year-old isn’t worried about the prospect of playing the famous Masters competition in a different season.
‘I wouldn’t mind it. It would be something special to play at the Masters in the fall and see the different colors. We all know it can be ready because we know Augusta closes during summer and they could get it ready for that time and the weather is still good. It’s possible,’ said Rahm.