Revisit the most popular Subpar episode of the year: Jon Rahm’s post-Masters-win interview

A longtime friend of the show, Jon Rahm stopped by the Subpar studio wearing his green jacket in the most-watched episode of the year.

Jon Rahm visited the Subpar studio with his green jacket.

This year’s list of Subpar guests was one for the books.

With top-level players such as Rory McIlroy, Jordan Spieth and Rickie Fowler, and notable athletes and celebrities such as Ronde Barber, Jerry Ferrara and Mike Commodore, hosts Colt Knost and Drew Stoltz got amongst it in a big way in 2023.

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But there was one studio guest who stood above the rest in terms of viewer and listener engagement. In the aftermath of his incredible Masters win, Jon Rahm joined the guys in studio wearing the green jacket.

Rahm is a longtime friend of the show. He was Knost and Stoltz’s very first guest, and when he came back earlier this year, it was his fourth time visiting the studio. The trio chatted for more than an hour on every topic you could imagine. Among them:

-Rahm’s hints about his Masters Champions dinner menu
-The strict rules the Masters imposes on the green jacket itself
-Rahm’s nerve-wracking account of the green jacket ceremony
-A recap of his final-round thought process
-A deep dive on his bathroom breaks
-The A-Listers who reached out to him after the win

And so much more.

One thing fans of Subpar know: You learn tidbits about each guest that you won’t get anywhere else, and Rahm was no exception, offering exclusive information and details about his week at Augusta and the experience of his historic win.

Revisit the full episode below, and make sure to subscribe to Subpar’s YouTube channel so you never miss a thing. Editor

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