So, Sergio Garcia wasn't able to get it done at the U.S. Open last week and capture that elusive first major championship, settling for a T5. He's still playing really great golf, as evidenced by a win at this year's AT&T Byron Nelson, and a hole-in-one on Friday at this week's BMW Invitational Open in Germany.
Vamos, indeed. Garcia had a great approach, needing just one bounce for the ball to drop into the cup on 11. Great celebration, too, with a quick fist pump and a plethora of high-fives.
But wait, there's more. After giving his club back to his caddie, Garcia breaks into a dance that would make Miguel Ángel Jiménez proud.
The only thing that would have made this sweeter is if the ace was on hole 16, where Garcia could have won a free BMW like Richie Ramsay did earlier in the day.