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.