We're not just talking simple jumping jacks and calf stretches. Oh, no. This is "The Most Interesting Golfer in the World," after all. Jimenez gets loose with his signature "little dancing moves," usually with his trademark cigar.
The folks over at Deadspin pointed out that "Get in the Hole!" guy took a break Sunday from being obnoxious to wish everyone a Happy Mother's Day. Nice.
I'm like most of you -- I think it's ridiculous for people to yell at golf tournaments, but, come on, when someone screams "Yabba Dabba Doooooo!" how do you not laugh?
And let's face it -- as long as there are TV cameras (and booze) around, someone's going to yell something. So we've compiled a list of do's and don'ts on yelling at golf tournaments. There's also a Hall of Shame category below, with examples of incidents that should get you thrown out!
What To Yell At A Golf Tournament
The gold standard. Short and sweet. Yelling something like this shows you're rooting for the player, and not just trying to get your 15 minutes of fame.
Any catch phrase from NBA Jam will work.
Honest or snarky? You be the judge ...
The nickname for Howard Stern producer Gary Dell'Abate, this one has the potential to replace "Get in the Hole!" and "Mashed Potatoes!" as the go-to phrase to yell.
Chewbacca Call Doing a good Chewbacca impression is hard, so if you can not only make that noise, but also do it loud enough to be heard on national TV, more power to ya.
What NOT To Yell
I first heard someone yell this at Doral a couple of years ago. It's somehow become the new "Get in the Hole!," which means it's time to stop using it.
Enough with the random food references! No, "Skittles!" ...
... "Ham and Cheese!" ...
... or "Sausage!"
Light The Candle!
I almost gave this the nod, it's so random and silly, and the guy does yell it with enthusiasm. Which is key. If you're going to yell random crap, at least yell it with authority!
No, no, no, no, no ... No random body parts!
Hall of Shame
Hey, Vijay, Go In The Water! Never openly root against a player, especially in their backswing. If you see someone do this, point them out to an official so they can be escorted out.
Get In The Hole!
The worst. It stopped being funny ... check that, it's never been funny, especially when you yell it after a guy tees off on a par 4 or par 5. And this is the worst offense right here. This woman A) thinks she's being funny, and B) records herself doing it!
Tiger Woods, You Suck!
This should also get you thrown ... What's that? Oh, sorry, this is just Tiger yelling at himself.
Instead of adding another Players Championship trophy to his collection, and sticking it to Woods after their public spat on Saturday, Garcia instead added another chart-topper to his collection of on-course meltdowns.
Below are some his other "highlights." Not included is Garcia's waggle-fest at Bethpage, where he was heckled mercilessly by the rowdy New York crowd. (Sergio eventually gave them the one-finger salute.)
Sergio Spits in a Cup It doesn't get much worse than this. The best part is when Jimmy Roberts grills Garcia about why he did it, and Sergio just hems and haws.
Sergio 1, Microphone 0 "If you thought you heard something after Sergio hit the ball, you did. It was Sergio hitting our microphone."
'The Ball Goes Right, The Club Goes Left'
That about sums it up ...
Was Sergio's best bunker meltdown this one ...
... Or this one?
No piece of equipment is safe from Sergio's temper, including his shoes.
Chip In, Flip Out Yes, Sergio even gets mad after chipping in!
PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. -- Turns out Tiger Woods isn't the only top golfer who can do trick shots with a wedge.
During a press event Tuesday night to announce his new endorsement deal with Bose, World No. 1 Rory McIlroy wowed the crowd by using two wedges to bounce a golf ball, ala Woods' famous Nike commercial.
You've seen synchronized swimming in the Olympics -- now get ready for "synchronized putting" from the students in the PGA golf management program at Campbell University in North Carolina (just $24,000 per year).
Things went from bad to worse for Phil Mickelson on Saturday at Pebble Beach. First, Mickelson's drive on 18 landed on the beach left of the 18th fairway. While looking for his ball near the water, Mickelson fell on his butt on national television. Then his third shot found the hazard, and he wound up making a triple bogey to make the cut on the number. Check out Phil's spill below.
This YouTube video is a few years old now, but check out this kid's swing. He not only makes great contact, but he does so in rapid succession. In the comments section, his mother updated the post saying her son is now three years old, and he's still swinging away. (Hat tip to Jimmy Traina at SI.com's Hot Clicks for finding this video.)