- Sergio Garcia is playing in this week’s Qatar Masters.
- The Spaniard has moved up to 12th in the Golf World Rankings.
- We look at some of the best (and worst) celebrations in golf.
We all know Sergio is one of the greatest ball strikers of his generation, but his putting has traditionally let him down. So we can sympathise with a celebration after he canned a 55-foot putt.
It’s hard to work out what he was going for; 5-year-old doing front crawl for the first time? Little sister trying to beat you up? A half-arsed Rocky impersonation?
“I said to my caddie ‘that celebration is going to look a bit bit funny on TV.'” Garcia after a second round 66. https://t.co/EqHNLjDVlg
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He should take some advice from his compatriate who needs no introduction. Even after one of those awkward high-five fails he still comes out like a boss.
When Keegan Bradley got down and ‘Duffnered’.
How the Scottish celebrate a birdie…
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Jose Maria Olazabal had game…
As if we would forget the godfather of golf celebrations, Chi Chi Rodriguez.
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