Jordan Spieth may have failed in his bid to land the career Grand Slam at the US PGA Championship on Sunday, but South Africa's Louis Oosthuizen did. Well, of second-place finishes.
Oosthuizen finished two strokes behind eventual winner Justin Thomas in a tie for second alongside Francesco Molinari and Patrick Reed.
The 2010 Open champion has now finished second in each of golf's four majors. Oosthuizen also finished solo second at The Masters when losing to Bubba Watson in 2012, and had back-to-back ties for second at the 2015 US Open and 2015 Open.
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After pocketing a cheque for $784,000 for his first runner-up finish anywhere in the world since doing the same at The Players in May, Oosthuizen boarded his private jet home from Charlotte in the party spirit.
Watch this awesome video of Oosthuizen miming 'Rise Up' by Andra Day.
Over to you, Louis...
Just finished my career grand slam second's .. "I'll rise up" pic.twitter.com/083aRityWn— Louis Oosthuizen (@Louis57TM) August 14, 2017