He didn't bring home the green jacket, but Arizona State alum Jon Rahm stole the show Sunday with a wild chip-in for eagle at the Masters Tournament in Augusta, Georgia.
On the 13th hole of the final round, the 22-year-old Rahm hit this shot that took an eternity to find the cup, but eventually did. Rahm's reaction to the shot may be just as good as the shot itself.
A bomb from Rahm.
Never. A. Doubt. pic.twitter.com/1aZNZvTgn6
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) April 9, 2017
Both angles of Jon Rahm's chip-in eagle at 13. Took a while, so lots o' emotion. pic.twitter.com/xMgRn43OvV
— Cork Gaines (@CorkGaines) April 9, 2017
Rahm, who wore a Pat Tillman ASU jersey throughout February's WM Phoenix Open, won his first PGA Tour championship one week earlier at Torrey Pines.