Jon Rahm is rarely afraid to precise his opinions; when he does, he will get to the purpose relatively bluntly.
He did so forward of the FedEx St. Jude Championship, the place Rahm spoke with the media and revealed a ‘silly’ request that PGA Tour management ought to think about.
“I can let you know proper now my priorities are quite a bit decrease than what many individuals would assume,” Rahm mentioned when requested about what modifications he would make.
“I do know that is going to sound very silly, however having a freaking Port-a-Potty on each gap [would help]. I do know it sounds loopy, however I can’t select when I’ve to go to the toilet. I’ve instructed the tour this many occasions, so simple as that.”
Port-a-Pottys for gamers exist each few holes in most PGA Tour occasions, however they generally are laborious to search out.
At main championships, nonetheless, extra moveable restrooms are arrange as a result of massive crowd sizes.
But, Rahm needs to see restrooms on each gap in order that when he must go, he can achieve this at his comfort.
The Spaniard additionally lobbied for higher exercise areas.
“I want to see physio areas be a bit bit higher,” Rahm admitted Tuesday. “Despite the fact that the gymnasium trailer is nice, it’s nonetheless a trailer, so when you’ve three individuals in it, you’re a bit crowded, so seeing higher exercise amenities, as effectively.”
Golfers these days take nice delight in figuring out, lifting weights, and dealing on their flexibility. Most gamers will get a exercise in after their rounds, however when solely three-to-four gamers can squeeze right into a trailer, that makes the logistics of exercising fairly difficult.
Maybe PGA Tour Commissioner Jay Monahan will think about these requests this fall forward of the 2024 season, which begins the primary weekend of January in Hawaii.
If that’s the case, loads of gamers will probably be happy, with nobody being extra glad than Rahm.