Golf history is littered with good fist pumps -- mostly from Tiger Woods, who rarely disappoints. But considering it happened ten years ago this week, it's only appropriate to pay tribute to one of the more underrated celebrations in recent history: John E. Morgan's fist pump at the 2004 John Deere Classic.
The Englishman needed to birdie his final hole of regulation to get into a playoff with Mark Hensby (which he eventually lost) and did, finishing with a 65 on the day for his best finish on tour. The ensuing celebration was fantastic. Check it out:
If you're wondering why his hat was backwards: there's no real reason -- that's just how he liked it. It's just one part of John E. Morgan's fascinating backstory.