From hoisting your bag aloft to fist-pumps and looks of utter disbelief, everyone reacts differently to winning the USPGA. 10 great USPGA celebrations here:

10 Great USPGA Celebrations

He might not look happy here but Jason Day celebrates with victory tears after breaking the major scoring record to par, by finishing the 2015 USPGA at 20-under.

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Jason Day celebrates with his caddie Colin Swatton on the 18th green at Whistling Straits. (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

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You’d celebrate like this too if you’d just done what Bob Tway did in 1986 at Inverness Club. Tied with Greg Norman after 71 holes, Tway found a bunker and Norman the fringe of the green on the 72nd hole. But against the odds, Tway holed out to win by two as Norman three-putted.

Bob Tway holes out at Inverness in 1986 - one of several Major agonies for Greg Norman

Bob Tway holes out at Inverness in 1986 – one of several Major agonies for Greg Norman

Payne Stewart pulls some cool moves in his Chicago Bears outfit as another birdie putt drops down the stretch to see him pinch the 1989 title by a stroke at Kemper Lakes.

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Another birdie down the stretch for Payne Stewart in 1989

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“What just happened there?” a bewildered John Daly seems to be thinking, as the final putt drops at Crooked Stick in 1991 having been ninth alternate for the event just a few days before.

Big John looks completely overcome at Crooked Stick in 1991

Big John looks completely overcome at Crooked Stick in 1991

Tiger reacts to holing a slippery downhiller on the 72nd hole to force a play-off with Bob May in 2000, which he would go on to win to keep the Tiger Slam alive.

Just one of many clutch putts Tiger holed in his pomp - Valhalla 2000

Just one of many clutch putts Tiger holed in his pomp – Valhalla 2000

Padraig and Sergio haven’t always got along too well, so it’s just possible that this winning fist pump in 2008 was further fuelled by the fact that Padraig had again seen the Spaniard off after a gripping Major tussle.

Padraig makes it three Majors out of six at Oakland Hills in 2008

Padraig makes it three Majors out of six at Oakland Hills in 2008

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You’ve just comprehensively outplayed world number one Tiger Woods to become Asia’s first Major champion, so what do you do… hoist your TaylorMade bag above your head and grin like a Cheshire cat, obviously. At least, that’s what YE Yang did in 2009 at Hazeltine. Perhaps the best of our great USPGA celebrations?

Now that's how to celebrate becoming Asia's first Major winner

Now that’s how to celebrate becoming Asia’s first Major winner

You’d go for more of a relaxed smile if you’d just won the USPGA by a record eight strokes as Rory did at Kiawah in 2012 – the second of four Majors to date.

Rory cruises home at Kiawah in 2012

Rory cruises home at Kiawah in 2012

We’ll excuse Jason Dufner this cheeky little fondle of his wife’s posterior on completion of a fine victory at Oak Hill in 2013.

Jason Dufner, 2013 - did he think no-one was looking?

Jason Dufner, 2013 – did he think no-one was looking?

A slightly more animated response from Rory last year having overcome a poor start to a final round that would eventually finish in near darkness. Leading after the third round, Rory was down by as much as three shots at one stage on Sunday before a stunning eagle on 10 fired him right back into it.

Rory celebrates after winning it the hard way in 2014

Rory celebrates after winning it the hard way in 2014