Andrew Johnston of England poses with the keys to his new BMW M4 Coupe after his hole-in-one on the 10th hole during the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth on May 21, 2015, in Virginia Water, England.
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By Coleman McDowell
Thursday, May 21, 2015

Andrew Johnston is ranked No. 151 in the World Ranking, but he might be No. 1 in hole-in-one celebration rankings. 

In the BMW PGA Championship, Johnston aced the 184-yard par-3 10th after his approach took two hops on the green and disappeared in the cup. Johnston, nicknamed "Beef," gave the crowd a two-handed vertical fist pump after dropping his club, then started sprinting toward the gallery and gave a jubulant fan a belly bump. He has extra incentive to be happy: He won a BMW!

It's been a nice run for aces on the Euro Tour. Just earlier this month, the Euro Tour saw a hole-in-one on a par-4, the first in its history. Miguel Angel Jimenez carded a "1" last week and won 288 bottles of beer

Watch Beef's celebration below.

That was where the fun ended for Beef, as he is tied for 128th after an opening round 77. 

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