Jon Rahm wins 2023 Masters (as predicted)

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For 4 out of the last 5 years we have nailed the Masters winner from the start of the tournament, and each year it comes down to the same criteria, the master numbers. In this case, John Rahm got his 11th PGA tournament win, winning as a Spaniard on Seve Ballesteros birthday, April 9, or 9/4.

It goes with José María Olazábal, another Spaniard, winning in ’94, since April 9 can be written 9/4.

And notice José María Olazábal is 57 right now, whereas Seve died on May 7, or 5/7.
Scottish Rite = 57 (Golf is Scottish)
PGA = 57

The 2017 Masters also concluded on April 9, and the Spaniard, Sergio Garcia, also won.

Read about past Masters winners here.


  1. wrb on April 11, 2023 at 6:21 pm

    Rahm = 119(J)
    On the 99th day of the year with 266 days remaining, Jon Rahm won his 11th PGA title.
    Rahm has also won 9 European Titles …that’s 9/11.
    Rahm was 10,377 days old for his Masters victory.
    Revelation 8:11(KJV) “And the name of the star is called Wormwood: and the third part of the waters became wormwood; and many men died of the waters, because they were made bitter.” = 1377(EO)
    Part of the ritual included the felling of 2 very old pine trees (and a smaller tree) that fell on the course on the 2nd day of the tournament, 111 days from the 266th Pope, Francis = 119(RO) birthday.

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