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Louis Oosthuizen completes "Grand Slam" of seconds, lip syncs 'Rise Up'

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Heading into the 99th PGA Championship, a Grand Slam was on everyone's mind.

Jordan Spieth looked to become the youngest golfer to join the career Grand Slam club, whose current members include Tiger Woods, Gary Player, Ben Hogan, Jack Nicklaus, and Gene Sarazen. 

It didn't happen for Spieth, but the weekend wasn't without a Grand Slam winner after all.

Louis Oosthuizen, the 34-year-old South African, went 1-under Sunday to tie for second place behind Justin Thomas at Quail Hollow.

Impressively, the runner-up placement completed Oosthuizen's "Grand Slam" of second-place finishes.

And what better way to celebrate the feat than with a chilling rendition of Andrea Day’s Rise Up

https://twitter.com/Louis57TM/status/896910397306830848

A grand performance if we've ever seen one.

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