Ryder Cup fans are still buzzing about the classy move made by Jon Rahm during the prestigious event. The Spanish golfer was spotted doing a sweet gesture for his wife, Kelley Cahill, as they attended the Ryder Cup Gala.
As the couple prepared to make their entrance, Rahm knelt down to help Cahill do up her high heel. The heartwarming moment was captured on camera, and fans were quick to praise the Masters champion for his gentlemanly conduct.
PRAISE FROM FANS
Social media was flooded with messages from fans who were in awe of Rahm's gesture. One fan called him a "true gentleman," while another deemed him a "class act, through and through." Another comment described him as a "true class act," and one fan even declared him the "No1 golfer in the world."
RYDER CUP GALA
The Ryder Cup Gala brought together all the stars from both Team Europe and Team USA, dressed to the nines. The event served as a glamorous prelude to the action, which is set to kick off tomorrow.
TEAM EUROPE CONFIDENCE
Heading into the tournament, Team Europe, led by Luke Donald, will be seeking revenge after their defeat at Whistling Straits in 2021. However, they can take confidence in the fact that the US team has not won on foreign soil in 30 years. The last time the Ryder Cup was claimed on this side of the Atlantic was in 1993 at the Belfry.
Team Europe boasts three of the top four golfers in the world rankings, adding to their confidence as they look to bring the Ryder Cup back home. The anticipation is palpable as golf fans and players eagerly await the start of the action.