Viktor Hovland turned down a sponsor's gift beside the 18th green after winning the Tour Championship by five strokes to etch his name on the famous FedEx Cup for the first time in his career at East Lake.
Hovland, 25, now becomes the third youngest FedEx Cup champion of all time.
It marked Hovland's third tournament win of the PGA Tour season, and his sixth overall on the circuit.
He also now bumps himself up one spot to fourth in the world rankings.
Hovland won $18m following his Tour Championship win.
After being presented with the FedEx Cup trophy, Hovland was then also presented with a gift from Tour Championship lead sponsor Coca-Cola.
A vending machine was positioned on the 18th green and Hovland was asked to pose for photos holding a bottle of coke, which had his own name on it.
Only Hovland does not drink full fat coke.
Just Coke Zero.
After the photos were taken, Hovland was asked if he would like to keep the bottle of coke for himself.
The bottle had Viktor on it.
But he politely declined.
With $18m in the bank following Sunday's win, it's fair to say Hovland can afford himself a few Coke Zeros to celebrate this week.
Hovland's reaction to Coca-Cola had instant Cristiano Ronaldo vibes at Euro 2020.
Some of you may remember Ronaldo pushed away the Coca-Cola bottles that were positioned in front of him ahead of his press conference before Portugal vs Hungary.
"Drink water," said Ronaldo.
Hovland admits his latest chunk of change will not change him in the slightest as a person.
Hovland told reporters after winning the FedEx Cup that his game had been trending progressively throughout the season.