The world's top two ranked golfers put on a show. Memorial champ Jon Rahm, ranked No. 2 in the World Golf Rankings, beat world No. 1 Dustin Johnson on the first playoff hole at the BMW championship, by nailing a spectacular 66-foot birdie putt. Rahm's heroics came about 15 minutes after Johnson forced the playoff with a remarkable 44-foot birdie on the final hole of regulation. It was some of the most compelling golf you'll ever see, made even more special by the stature of the two players. This wasn't just two guys on tour---it was the two guys currently considered the best players on the planet. They lived up to the billing. If you missed the amazing finish, check out D.J's bomb and Rahm's tournament winner here. Also included, Rahm's comments following the victory. The Tour Championship is coming up this weekend, as the Fed Ex Cup playoffs wrap up. Johnson leads the playoff, with Rahm right on his heels. If they do anything like what we witnessed in the BMW championship, we're in for a treat.