On Thursday, we brought you an adorable photo of a four-year-old named Tate, who is dressing up as Andrew "Beef" Johnston for Halloween. We joked that Tate needs to sew an Arby's logo onto his shirt to really pull off the look, but it might be easier for him to just carry a putter around and raise it above his head in celebration. No one in golf today does that move quite like Johnston, and on Friday, he gave an epic putter raise -- even by his lofty standards.
Beef drained a birdie putt on his final hole in the second round of the British Masters to cap a round of 65 and tie for the clubhouse lead at the time. Not only did he raise his putter in celebration, but he gave it a few pumps toward the sky for good measure. Check it out:
Start practicing that move, Tate.
Through 36 holes, Beef is tied for second with Alex Noren, who is searching for his third European Tour title in the past three months. Richard Bland leads by one. Neither Beef nor Noren played on Europe's losing Ryder Cup team two weeks ago, but if they keep up their hot play of late, that could very well change in two years.