Aaliyah Kikumoto has captured the hearts of millions of people on social media. Not sure who that is?
If you tuned into The Masters on Sunday, then you saw the young attractive woman standing behind the tee box on No. 16 Sunday behind Brooks Koepka and Rahm as the leaders waited on Patrick Cantlay to take his putt.
She could first be seen with a stoic look on her face, but she would eventually start smiling and melt hearts at the same time.
Cantlay took so long attempting his put that it put the Texas Tech dancer on television for quite some time. Kikumoto is now reaping the benefits and now receiving her fifteen minutes of fame because of it.
Just a few of the comments:
Kikumoto doesn’t have the biggest following on social media, but that is sure to change with this recent exposure.
Jon Rahm made history on Sunday when he secured his first-ever Masters’ victory in Augusta, Georgia. The 29-year-old golfer’s win makes him the first European player to win both the Masters and the U.S. Open.
Rahm shot a 69 on the final day of the four-day tournament to beat both Brooks Koepka and Phil Mickelson, who tied for second place. He’s the fourth man from Spain to win the tournament.
On top of his Masters’ victory, Rahm came into the tournament with victories at the Sentry Tournament of Champions, The American Express, as well as the Genesis Invitational.
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