With her first two LPGA Tour victories in her past four tournaments, Ha Na Jang is quickly moving up the list of the top-ranked women golfers in the world. And her fun celebrations also have her moving up our list of favorite golfers.
On Sunday, Jang won the HSBC Women's Champions by four shots. And after making an eagle on the final hole, she broke into a dance inspired by Beyonce's recent halftime performance at Super Bowl 50. Check it out:
Not bad, Ha Na. Not bad.
Here's what Jang had to say about her moves following the victory:
"So I see the Super Bowl, really nice. Then I'm watching maybe three weeks, last month maybe, I'm watching the TV and really good music with Beyonce, and watching Beyonce, she's really nice. I try, I think about, like I'm trying to dance after my putt, it's really good today."
The moderator then asked, "The 'Single Ladies' dance?"
"Yeah, single ladies. I'm single right now, too," Jang replied, drawing laughter from reporters in Singapore.
When Jang, now ranked No. 5, won her first LPGA Tour title last month at the Coates Golf Championship, she did a Samurai-style move on the 18th green. The week before that, she kissed the ground after making the first hole-in-one on a par 4 in LPGA history. Keep the great play -- and the even better celebrations -- coming, Ha Na!