Jon Rahm didn't take long to extinguish the hopes of the rest of the field in Sunday's final round of the Irish Open, as the Spaniard effectively ended things on the fourth hole.
Faced with 150 yards for his third shot on the par-5, Rahm struck a perfect knockdown shot through the rain that landed and rolled directly into the cup for a remarkable eagle.
He would build off that with four straight birdies, to make the turn at 22-under-par, four shots clear of second.
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