Graeme McDowell found himself with a little extra time to kill on Saturday at the Zurich Classic, so he kicked back with a relaxed in the closest seat he could find.

The former U.S. Open champ holed out for eagle from 89 yards out on the par-4 16th hole, and he celebrated in a nearby seat by pretending to take a sip of the drink in the cupholder.

89 yards out.
Holes out for eagle.

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Cheers @Graeme_McDowell! ?

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“It was weird. I had the visual of it happening before it happened,” said McDowell. “I saw myself holing it and I was going to go sit down in the chair afterwards as my celebration. The only thing, I saw a little Yeti in [the cupholder] and thought there might be a little rum and Coke in there, but no luck, it was empty. I was devastated.”

The late eagle got McDowell and partner Henrik Stenson within striking distance of the lead with one round to play at TPC Louisiana.

If they somehow pull off the comeback tomorrow, one could safely assume the celebratory sips will be real and they’ll be spectacular.

Watch: G-Mac holes out for eagle, celebrates with drink in fan's chair

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