Jon Rahm treated the crowd on the 18th hole to an unorthodox backhand shot as he completed his final round at the PGA Championship.
The 22-year-old Spaniard opted not to get his feet wet after hitting his second shot just short of the stream which runs down the left-hand side of the 18th fairway at Quail Hollow.
Faced with a tough stance in the hazard, the right-hander turned his back to the green 30 yards away and played a backhand flick with his wedge.
Rahm found the centre of the green with his ‘trick’ shot and managed to salvage a bogey five to complete his round in 75 strokes.
He had started the day badly with a bogey at the first hole and also dropped shots at the ninth and 12th as he failed to make a birdie in a disappointing closing round which left him back on seven over for the tournament.