Louis Oosthuizen lip syncs after finishing in second at PGA Championship


Louis Oosthuizen during day 2 of the 2015 Nedbank Golf Challenge at Gary Player Country Club on December 04, 2015 in North West, South Africa.

Golfer Louis Oosthuizen finished in second place at the PGA Championship this weekend and he has now been a runner-up in all four major tournaments.

Oosthuizen lost a play-off to Bubba Watson at the 2012 Masters, another to Zach Johnson at The Open in 2015 and tied for second behind Dustin Johnson at the US Open later that year.

The 2010 Open Champion finished second in the PGA Championships, two shots behind American victor Justin Thomas.

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But Oosthuizen's unwelcome record puts him in good company.

Finishing in second place in all four majors could leave one singing the blues.

Oosthuizen, however, could find the amusing side of his Grand Slam of near-misses: he posted a video on Twitter of him lip-syncing to Andra Day's song Rise Up, which soon racked up the retweets.

Louis Oosthuizen just provided us with an wonderful video you won't soon forget.