Australian golfer Min Woo Lee wowed the crowd at the Australian PGA Championship with an electrifying performance that turned the party hole into a roaring amphitheater. The young golfer’s Viking clap sent shockwaves through the crowd and left spectators in awe.
Lee, a rising star in the golf world, showcased his charismatic energy on the 16th hole at the Royal Queensland Golf Club. As he approached the tee, Lee began leading the crowd in a Viking clap, a tradition popularized by Iceland’s national soccer team. The rhythmic clapping and chanting of the crowd created an electrifying atmosphere that left everyone cheering and clapping along.
The party hole, known for its lively and festive atmosphere, was taken to new heights by Lee’s performance. The usually raucous environment was transformed into a full-blown amphitheater, with the entire crowd joining in on the Viking clap.
Lee’s performance not only electrified the crowd but also propelled him to a strong finish at the Australian PGA Championship. His display of showmanship and sportsmanship further solidified his status as a fan favorite in the golf world.
“Min Woo Lee’s Viking clap was a game-changer. The energy and atmosphere on the 16th hole were absolutely phenomenal,” said one spectator. “It was like being at a rock concert, but with a golf club in hand.”
The electrifying moment was captured on video and quickly went viral on social media, with fans and fellow golfers alike praising Lee for his crowd-pleasing performance.
Lee’s ability to engage and excite the crowd solidifies his place as a rising star in the golf world, and his Viking clap at the Australian PGA Championship will go down as one of the most memorable moments in the tournament’s history.