Sergio Garcia turned 36 earlier this month, but it's great to see he still hasn't lost that youthful spirit that made him one of the game's most popular players. Competing in his first event of 2016 at the Qatar Masters, Garcia made a long birdie putt on the eighth hole during a second-round 66 and offered up a celebratory, um, dance. Fortunately(?), the European Tour has shared the footage:
And here's a different angle:
"I don't know if they were dance moves," Garcia told reporters after. "They were like jabs."
Good call, Sergio, not that we didn't enjoy them. Besides, golfers staying away from proper dance moves is probably the best strategy. After all, this is what you find if you Google Ken Duke and "the Cabbage Patch":