Not a bad first Instagram post, this.
And this trickshot left fellow PGA Tour pro Keegan Bradley very impressed.
This is incredible! I don't even know how this Is possible! https://t.co/mLHIFXWsqD— Keegan Bradley (@Keegan_Bradley) January 31, 2017
Jon Rahm well and truly announced himself on the global golfing stage with his win at Torrey Pines on Sunday.
And it looks like he already has one huge fan. Rahm finished his round with an eagle, and this kid watching at home absolutely LOVED it!
And Rahm loved the reaction equally as much.
If you’re going to the gym, make sure it’s not at the same time as Henrik Stenson. He can’t even go on the bike without getting competitive.
On Sunday, tennis legend Roger Federer joined Jack Nicklaus on 18 major titles.
And Nicklaus paid the ultimate tribute to Federer, who beat Rafael Nadal in the Australian Open for his first grand slam win since 2012.
Andy Sullivan was the butt of quite a few jokes ahead of last week’s Qatar Masters.
At just 5ft 7in, the Englishman was paired with two of the tallest players on tour: 6ft 5in Chris Wood and 6ft 4in Robert Karlsson.
Sullivan’s coach Jamie Gough shared this pic:
And here were some of the responses to the competition.
enough said pic.twitter.com/Hz53lDBu0H— Jason Mellor (@JasonMellor1) January 27, 2017
But the winner? It was this. Simple but great.
Two and a Half Men— Jamie Ashton (@ashton_lfc) January 27, 2017
This should get the juices flowing for the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Take a look at this timelapse video of how the 16th hole is prepared for the tournament.
The 16th hole is ready.— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) February 1, 2017
Are you? pic.twitter.com/sIveGNE2rs