Highlights | Jon Rahm grabs first career win in style at Farmers


Highlights | Jon Rahm grabs first career win in style at Farmers
    In the final round of the 2017 Farmers Insurance Open, Jon Rahm's incredible birdie-eagle finish vaulted him into the top spot to earn his first career PGA TOUR win. .
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    1. What do you 'make' of a 'plaque-boy' who 'walks and looks like a "Welsh-man"….who took college in the U.S.A……..who was born in Spain……..and who seems to have a 'creole'-first-name and last name? Is this "Frankenstein's monster," or is this "Frankenheimer's debacle?" Whence the name: "Jon" if he is from Spain? Is this a 'bludgeoned' attempt at "Castillionizing" a Scandinavian rendition of "John?" ("Jan?") Is "Rahm" a 'mangled' attempt at "Castillionizing" a French "surname" ("Rehm?") Who and what is this 'punk-white-Navajo' "hanky-boy?"