AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) — Jon Rahm arrived at the Masters on Wednesday, after not sleeping much or touching a club for the past few days. Such is life for a first-time father. Rahm and his wife, Kelley, welcomed their son on Friday and it’s been a predictable whirlwind ever since for the world’s No. 3 player. Rahm had said he would leave the Masters if that was when the baby decided to arrive. The baby named Kepa is healthy. Rahm’s wife is healthy. And now, Rahm is ready to go at Augusta National.