Jon Rahm’s wife Kelley Cahill lives in Scottsdale Arizona with the man.
Great you know where she lives. Now tell us something of value about Jon Rahm’s wife, already.
OK cool. We will. Kelley owns a Prius, she is in fantastic shape, and she travels as much as possible. How’s that? But seriously, Kelley Cahill is living her best life. Private jets, and frequent travel will do that to a woman.
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Michelin-rated restaurants, hikes in awesome state parks, and hardcore workouts at the boxing gym are all on the menu. Why say no when you can say yes? Kelley is like the perfect West Coast gal. She posts regularly about Jon’s accomplishments and how much she loves him. She attends plenty of PGA events, and she understands competition because she herself once competed in javelin. What an awesome sport to have a history with!
Does Jon Rahm’s wife have any kids?
Not the traditional human kind, but definitely looks like they have a fur baby. Ozzie appears to be an Australian Shepherd. Jon Rahm’s wife graduated in 2016 because she started her senior year in August of 2015. I have no idea what she majored in but I would not be surprised if it was related to physical fitness. This lady really is in peak physical condition. The genetic lottery smiles upon her, but she clearly puts in a ton of time at the gym. Her advice is to be active, get sweaty, feel great, and repeat. I love this advice!
The couple ultimately tied the knot in December of 2019, after nearly four years dating. Kids seems like the next logical step. We’ll be on the lookout!
What’s going on in 2018?
As of the 2018 Master’s weekend, Kelley seems to have deleted her Instagram account. Is this a harbinger of doom? We shall see.
Now, back before she met Jon, Kelley’s dating life is unknown. If she once posted pictures of her ex-boyfriends, she definitely erased them. There was one IG to a male friend, but assigning a dating tag to them is impossible. A young man by the name of Ryan Kellogg received a wish for good luck from Kelley back in May of 2015. Jon Rahm’s wife wished him luck in a pro baseball draft.