Jon Rahm says he's 'honoured' to be world number one and wants to hold on to top spot in the PGA Tour. Rahm: "It's an honour. It's a goal, it's something I set out to accomplish a long time ago and it's a true honour and it's humbling to be here, knowing how hard I've worked to get to this point. I'll be the first Spaniard since Seve [Ballesteros], knowing how some of the greatest golfers in history from Spain and Europe haven't been able to get here. So it's unique. Even my close friend, Phil [Mickelson], a five-time major champion, wasn't able to get there. It is true that some of them played Tiger [Woods] at the time and obviously nobody's going to take that from him, but still doesn't take away from what I've done myself. Now, at the same time, getting here, it's great. I played great golf the last four years, but I can only help but think I can keep playing that good or better to hopefully stay here for a long time. It's kind of what I've set out to be in that sense. It's not only to get here, but to stay here, hopefully for a long time. That's the goal for a lot of us, trying to be consistently good at playing golf throughout our career and hopefully win as much as possible when we play."