World No. 3 — and brand-new dad! — Jon Rahm has a pretty stellar record at Augusta National. The 26-year-old Spaniard has never finished outside of the top 27 in four appearances at the Masters, and he’s been in the top 9 in his last three starts.
It’s clear Rahm knows a thing or two about how to be successful at Augusta, and unsurprisingly, his flatstick is a big factor. But as a Scottsdale resident, how does Rahm prepare for Augusta’s unique putting surfaces? On this week’s episode of Subpar, Rahm explained his practice method to hosts Colt Knost and Drew Stoltz.

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