As a caddie, when your player holes out of a bunker in a playoff hole to win his 10th PGA Tour title, you might get a tad bit excited.
And when you get a tad bit excited, you might just launch the rake you were holding into orbit and sprint to chest bump said player.
And when you launch a rake into orbit in one of the best golf celebrations of all time, you might want to keep that rake as an amazing memento of an amazing moment.
At least that’s what Michael Greller did:
That Greller *rake launch* = pic.twitter.com/cczWQ74934— Golf Channel (@GolfChannel) June 26, 2017
Greller, Jordan Spieth’s caddie since 2011, may have been more excited than the 23-year-old golfer who became the second-youngest ever to win 10 PGA Tour events (behind one Tiger Woods) with his playoff victory over Daniel Berger in the Travelers Championship on Sunday.
The shot itself was unbelievable, but it just may have been overshadowed by the celebration.
And, though caddies usually keep the flag from the 18th green of a tournament their golfer wins, Greller will have a slightly more unique trophy from Sunday’s victory at TPC River Highlands.
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