- One toddler was plenty excited when Jon Rahm's final putt dropped into the hole on the 18th green at Torrey Pines.
As exciting as Jon Rahm’s finish on the 18th green was on Sunday at Torrey Pines, it was seemingly more exciting elsewhere, in a living room with a happy toddler.
Rahm’s electric back nine -- which included a pair of eagles and a pair of birdies -- was good for a 30, distancing him by three strokes to the rest of the field. His final putt, from all of 60 feet, dropped into the side of the cup for a walk-off eagle.
We'll let Twitter user Marshall Jex's son take it from here.
If a January putt at Torrey Pines can elicit that type of response, we're in good hands for 2017.