David Johnson, of Mayville, North Dakota, became internet famous last week at Hazeltine.
Last Thursday, on the eve of the Ryder Cup, Johnson looked on at the sixth green as European team members Rory McIlroy and Andy Sullivan repeatedly miss a difficult putt.
Also in the group were Justin Rose and Henrik Stenson. Stenson overheard Johnson bragging about his short game and then called him out onto the green in a "if it's so easy and you're so good, let's see you do it" moment.
Johnson obliged. Before he could stroke the putt, Rose put a $100 bill near the ball.
Without missing a beat -- and to the delight of the spectators -- Johnson went ahead and did this:
It was a fantastic moment.
Well, as it turns out, Johnson's 15 minutes of fame isn't up just yet.
Last night on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Colbert talked about Johnson's feat at Hazeltine.
Moments later -- staged of course -- a heckler in the audience was yelling for Colbert to get on with the show.
After a little banter back and forth, the camera zoomed in and... it was Johnson.
From there, Johnson went up on the stage where he drained another putt. Here's the segment: