U.S Open Latest Updates | Jon Rahm worries about the future of the Ryder Cup

Defending U.S. champion Open Jon Rahm says one of his biggest worries about golf is how it could affect the Ryder Cup.

Rahm won three games with Spanish teammate Sergio Garcia in the Whistling Straits last year - one of the few highlights for Europeans in a 19-9 defeat.

He thinks Garcia will be automatically selected for the European team as long as he plays. But Garcia is among those who have canceled his PGA Tour

Rahm says he plays history and legacy rather than money and apparently the Ryder Cup is part of that.

"I think the Ryder Cup is a very exciting golf course that should bring new people, and I have a great time with him on the golf course," Rahm told Garcia. "I hope we don't lose the essence and the Ryder Cup feature

Brooks Koepka gets a little test when the talk turns to the Saudi-sponsored LIV Golf series.

U.S. Champion Open twice says he is ready to face The Country Club and it stinks that reporters are throwing a dark cloud over the mayor.