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Jon Rahm announces exciting new partnership with leading airline

ByKimberly A. Brochu

Jan 20, 2022

Jon Rahm closed 2021 as the number one ranked golfer in the world. With his consistent and skilled play, he has successfully etched his name globally and established himself as a serious power to be reckoned with. Meanwhile, as everyone scrambles to bring the Spaniard on board with them, VistaJet has effectively partnered with him, as its latest sponsor.

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Rahm, who moved to Arizona after his success on the PGA Tour, still has family in Europe. So, with the constant travel that must ensue, becoming the brand ambassador of successful airlines seems worthwhile. With as little notice as 24 hours, he can board a flight to any part of the world. Sounds super convenient, doesn’t it! Phil Mickelson, too, joined the program in 2019. In addition, the 51-year-old is also fired!

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VistaJet takes on world number 1, Jon Rahm, alongside it

Rahm took to social media to reveal the news and wrote: “Excited to be partnering with @vistajet this year, I appreciate all they do to get me and my family wherever we need to go. Ready for the California Swing this week! Plus, Rahm was rightfully all the praise for the airline. He said, “After flying the Global 7500, it’s hard to fly anything else. Nothing else compares. To be honest, I felt like I had a home in the air.

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“I flew the Global 7500 to Spain for a tournament. It was such a good flight! I went from the main cabin to the sofa to the aft bedroom, which had a library and an office area. It was one of the coolest things i have ever seen. he added. “I had dinner, went to bed and got a good eight hours sleep, easily. It’s the only time I’ve flown over the Atlantic with such a big time zone change and I don’t I never had jet lag.

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Of his other sponsorships, one of the longest and best known is with Blue Yonder, a software and consulting company. In addition, he had signed a big contract with the Callaway golf company. However, in a major move in 2021, he moved not only his partnership but also his gear into a new deal with TaylorMade.

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After a dazzling start to the season as he finished second in the Tournament of Champions, the 27-year-old will make his next appearance at American Express. A tough competitor, how do you think he’ll fare? Let us know below!

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