Miguel Angel Jimenez continues to give and give and give some more to the sport of golf.
Two weeks after the 51-year-old Spanish pro's heated confrontation with Keegan Bradley at the WGC-Cadillac Match Play Championship in San Francisco, Jimenez is back in his home country sinking holes-in-one in exchange for industrial stockpiles of alcohol—and dancing. Can't forget the dancing.
Jimenez dropped in a lovely par-three ace at No. 8 at the Open de Espana on Friday morning. GolfChannel.com posted video of the shot.
It marked Jimenez's second ace of the season, and the Spaniard celebrated by sheathing his sword and gliding backward across the tee box.
The shot won Jimenez 288 bottles of beer, which may or may not see him through an extended Memorial Day weekend.
According to SBNation's Brendan Porath, Jimenez's ace ties him with Colin Montgomerie for the all-time European Tour record at nine holes-in-one. As of this writing, he sits at three under in a four-way tie for seventh place with Francesco Molinari, John Parry and James Morrison.
Love the Jimenez. Cherish the Jimenez.
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