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Zach Johnson's Caddie Performs Awesome Bird Dance on No. 18

St. Andrews 2015 Is Anything But Traditional
Sports Illustrated senior writer John Garrity says that a wind delay at St. Andrews on Saturday, delaying the third round of the 2015 British Open, has made this edition anything but typical.

Zach Johnson’s birdie putt on the 72nd hole Monday at St. Andrews was clutch, impressive and highly entertaining—and not only because it put him at 15-under and in an eventual playoff with Louis Oosthuizen and Marc Leishman. The putt was particularly awesome because ZJ was out-celebrated by his longtime caddie.

Damon Green, who has a history of this kind of thing, commemorated Johnson's putt in the only way possible: with an epic birdie dance on possibly the biggest and most historic stage in golf.

This, folks, is how you celebrate when your guy take the clubhouse lead at the British Open. Who knows what kind of dance moves Green will unveil during the real celebration.

Check it out below:

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