Originally posted on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 3/4/13

Golf has a reputation for being a pretty stuffy sport, but a certain foursome that calls itself “The Golf Boys” tends to deviate from the norm. Bubba Watson, Rickie Fowler, Hunter Mahan and Ben Crane have released another song as a follow-up of the hilarious music video called “Oh Oh Oh” that they introduced to the world a couple of summers ago. The new track is called “2.Oh.” While I don’t find it quite as funny as their boy band debut, there are still plenty of laughs to be had and plenty of Watson’s chest hair to go around. PGA enthusiasts will appreciate the references to Fowler’s flat brims, Bubba’s button-ups and Mahan’s facial hair. It’s refreshing for golf to be able to feature guys who have girly golf clubs and pull off hilarious pranks. It keeps the younger demographic involved and helps casual fans relate to people who are making more money in a weekend than many of us will make in our lives. Most importantly, all proceeds from their music video are donated to charity. What more can you ask for? Video via The Big Lead The post The Golf Boys are back with a new song called ’2.Oh’ (Video) appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Justin Bieber Calls Out Tom Brady for Copying His Hairstyle in Rap Song Chinese Food Delivery Guy Stole Matt Bryant’s Golf Clubs Mets players use Beastie Boys songs as at-bat music (Video)

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