The Loop

Sergio Garcia records an ace at BMW International Open, breaks out in celebration

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.