Louis Oosthuizen had a hilarious response to once again finishing in second place at a major championship.
With his T2 finish at the PGA Championship on Sunday, the South African now has the unfortunate distinction of having finished runner-up at all four of the majors.
Clearly distraught by the development, Oosthuizen dealt with it in the way that any professional golfer would – by lip-syncing to a sad song.
Presumably on his way home after the tournament, Oosthuizen used his iPhone as a microphone and performed an emotional rendition of Andra Day’s protest song “Rise Up.”
Luckily someone was there to film the moment:
Just finished my career grand slam second’s .. “I’ll rise up” pic.twitter.com/083aRityWn
— Louis Oosthuizen (@Louis57TM) August 14, 2017
American Kevin Kisner, who finished in the top 10 at Quail Hollow, was just one of many who enjoyed the performance, calling it ‘world-class’:
No topping that tonight, that was world class
— Kevin Kisner (@K_Kisner) August 14, 2017
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