Jimmy Walker was a pre-tournament favorite coming into this Masters.
He's not going to win -- he started the final round 16 shots behind 54-hole leader Jordan Spieth -- but it looks early on like he's going to do everything he can to make the best out of his final round.
Yet to record a sub-par round this week, Walker was 3 under through four holes on Sunday, thanks to shots like this one that led to a birdie on the par-3 fourth hole.
Are you serious, Jimmy? Did you see where that ball landed before it ended up in the hole?