Be aware of the subtleties here.
With "Ganz großartig gespielt" the commentator is praising the good play. But if you say it in a derisive tone it is used ironically (or even sarcastically).
That normally applies to most things, so I would not mention it, but you put "ganz großartig getan" in your question. I know no situation where you would use the combination with "tun" in a praising way. I would automatically assume that it is used in a ironic/sarcastic or just negative way.
Erst hat er ganz großartig getan und dann kam nichts dabei heraus.
First he acted up, but then there was nothing.
If you praise someone, you normally use a specific verb, describing what the person has done.
ganz großartig gespielt
(den Ball) ganz großartig geschossen
(den Marathon) ganz großartig gelaufen
(ein Problem) ganz großartig gelöst