Louis Oosthuizen mimes 'Rise Up' after completing career Grand Slam of seconds!

Louis Oosthuizen provides amazing lip-syncing video after PGA runner-up			@Louis57TM

In addition to his all-time record of 18 major titles, he owned solo or joint second in seven British Opens, four Masters, four U.S. Opens, and four P.G.A. Championships, according to the New York Times.

Since that Open triumph, Oosthuizen always seems to be in the major championship picture, but he hasn't yet claimed another trophy. Now he's got the second-place grand slam with his second-place finish at Quail Hollow.

He lost a play-off to Bubba Watson in the 2012 Masters, finished second in the 2015 US Open after recovering from an opening 77 to shoot 66, 66, 67 and lost another play-off in the 2015 Open at St Andrews.

How did he mark the occasion?

Oosthuizen, ranked 20th in the world, didn't let his latest near miss affect him too much, as he posted a video on Twitter lip-syncing to Andra Day's hit Rise Up, which quickly went viral.

That is simply awesome.

Golf is a sport built around four majors, and while he might not have won them all, Louis Oosthuizen has just won our hearts with some superb lip-syncing. I know who I'm rooting for at Augusta.

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