Lopez-Chacarra was the world No.2 ranked amateur when he signed for LIV Golf earlier in the year.
His signature would have sent alarm bells ringing at PGA Tour HQ as for the most part the breakaway tour had snapped up the players who – it’s fair to say – have had their time in the sun.
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But Lopez-Chacarra is a star of tomorrow. He is a major winner in the making. Jon Rahm has spoken highly of the 22-year-old and event reached out to his fellow Spaniard when he claimed his maiden professional victory at LIV Golf’s Invitational in Bangkok.
It banked the youngster a cool $4m. He has reportedly signed a three-year deal with the tour commissioned by the divisive Greg Norman.
Now Lopez-Chacarra has given a wide-ranging interview to Spanish newspaper Marca, which you can read here.
Lopez-Chacarra spoke of what a “dream year” it has been for him personally after he made the choice not to play on the PGA Tour.
Source : GolfMagic