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Jon Rahm withdraws from 2024 US Open due to foot infection

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Jon Rahm made the decision to withdraw from the field at the 2024 U.S. Open this week in Pinehurst, North Carolina due to an infected sore on his left foot. 

After consulting with numerous doctors and my team, I have decided it is best for my long term health, to withdraw from this weeks [sic] US Open Championship," Rahm said in a statement on social media. "To say I’m disappointed is a massive understatement! I wish all my peers the best of luck and want to thank all of the USGA staff, volunteers and community of Pinehurst for hosting and putting on what I’m sure will be an amazing championship! Hopefully I'll be back in action sooner than later! 

Rahm spoke with reporters on Tuesday, where he was left a golf shoe on his right foot and a flip-flop on his left foot that had a toe separator in it. Rahm explained that he had an infection, which caused him to withdraw from LIV Golf’s event in Houston last week as well. 


Captain Jon Rahm, of Legion XIII GC, hits from the sixth tee during the final round of LIV Golf Miami at Trump National Doral, Sunday, April 7, 2024, in Doral, Fla. (Chris Trotman/LIV Golf via AP)

Despite ESPN reporting that Rahm is going through an antibiotic treatment to heal the infection, he is in too much pain to compete in the year’s third major.

"Could I have dragged myself out there and posted some kind of a score? Yeah." Rahm said, via ESPN, of his withdrawal from the LIV Golf event last week. "But it was getting to a point where I wasn't making the swings I wanted to make, and I could have hurt other parts of my swing just because of the pain. As to right now