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Louis Oosthuizen isn't letting a career Grand Slam of second places get him down

The South African golfer posted a brilliant video having a laugh at himself on Twitter.

Oosthuizen went close yet again.
Oosthuizen went close yet again.
Image: SIPA USA/PA Images

LOUIS OOSTHUIZEN COMPLETED a career Grand Slam of second places when he finishing joint runner-up, alongside Francesco Molinari, at the US PGA Championship last night.

The South African finished second to Justin Thomas at Quail Hollow, to complete the unwanted quartet of results.

In 2012, he lost a playoff to Bubba Watson at the Masters and was forced to settle for second when Zach Johnson beat him on the extra holes at the 2015 Open Championship.

He lost the US Open to another Johnson, Dustin, later that same year before completing the Grand Slam last night.

But, as this video shows, he took it well, lip-syncing along to Andra Day’s Rise Up:

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