Just when you thought Miguel Angel Jimenez couldn't get anymore interesting, he walked away with one of the most interesting hole-in-one prizes I've ever seen on Friday.
Playing the par-3 eighth hole at Real Club de Golf El Prat in the Open de España on Friday, Jimenez matched Colin Montgomerie's all-time European Tour record with his ninth ace in competition.
Typically, anyone who scores a hole-in-one has to buy drinks (a rule I always thought was a little backwards). Jimenez, who never has a problem buying drinks, likely will not have to buy any this time around.
For his hole-in-one, Jimenez collected a prize of 288 bottles of beer. That number represents the four-round par total at the tournament (Real Club de Golf El Prat is a par 72).
Check out video of the ace below and pay attention, as the announcers mention how a few years ago, Jimenez won 100 bottles of wine for an ace in Portugal.
I love the moonwalk to celebrate the ace. You wouldn't expect that from anyone... except Jimenez.