It was a wild final round at the Farmers Insurance Open, with numerous names making moves.
In the end it was Jon Rahm winning at Torrey Pines to capture his first PGA Tour event.
Here's how the former world No. 1 amateur in the world got it done on Torrey's South course.
Rahm bogeyed his opening hole of the day, but rebounded with birdies at par-3 3rd and par-4 5th.
The Spaniard added another one at No. 11, then made an 18-footer for eagle at the par-5 13th.
Rahm took the lead with a solid approach par-4 17th, that set up a birdie.
At the 72nd hole of the tournament, Rahm played two amazing shots and finished with an incredible putt from 60 feet.
The victory not only made him the youngest champion ever in event history, he's also the first player since Arnold Palmer to win it in his tournament debut.
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