There's nothing more exciting in golf than a hole-in-one.
On Thursday, in the opening round of the BMW PGA Championship on the European Tour, England's Andrew Johnston aced the par-3 10th hole at Wentworth. As if the ace wasn't exciting enough for fans, Johnston's celebration was icing on the cake.
As an elated Johnston walked off the tee, arms in the air, having just scored himself a sweet, new BMW for the "1," he waved a fan inside the ropes and went airborne for a celebratory chest-bump.
Check it out here:
Great celebration, but still not as good as Miguel Angel Jimenez's moonwalk a week ago:
We also loved Zach Johnson's celebration after an ace at the U.S. Open at Pinehurst, when he high-fived the galleries lining the ropes.
The best hole-in-one celebration in professional golf caught on camera? I think you'd be hard-pressed to top this one by Rich Beem at the 2007 Nissan Open: