Lucas Glover holes a six-story putt, and other shots of the week

Jay Busbee

You don't normally see cavemen wandering around North Carolina, unless you're at a NASCAR track, but in this case a caveman took home the title at Quail Hollow. Lucas Glover nailed down the Wells Fargo Championship with a Sunday stretch run, starting with this putt, the shot that gave him the lead: a looooong eagle putt on the 10th:

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Meanwhile, Jonathan Byrd didn't give up easily, going clutch with a birdie on the exceedingly tough 18th:

Earlier in the round, Steve Marino nailed this 80-foot eagle chip on the 15th, just like I do weekly:

And finally, we don't usually double up on players, but when you hole a putt that's the equivalent of a six-story-high building, you're in:

Congrats to Glover on the win, and to Byrd and Marino for the fine shots. The rest of you, step up your game.