In the odd event that you were in search of "the most German thing ever" this weekend, you're in luck!
The European Tour is in Hamburg, Germany for the Porsche European Open at Green Eagle G.C. On the par-3 17th hole a 550-horsepower Porsche Panamera sits behind the tee. In order to win the car a player would have to make an improbable hole-in-one, something rare enough as it is without the thought of a potential new car on your mind.
Marcel Siem, who is from Germany, stepped to the tee during Saturday's third round with a seven-iron. You'll never believe what happened next:
Not only an ace, but a slam dunk. For those keeping score at home, a German won a German car at a golf tournament in Germany. All that was missing from this scene was a gigantic stein of beer and a Bavarian pretzel.
If you know Siem's history, this may not seem that impossible. He's actually done it before.
This guy must really love cars.