Found May 03, 2013 on Fox Sports:
PLAYERS: David Price
TEAMS: Tampa Bay Rays
When Marty McCurry made a parody music video called "Slice, Slice Baby," for the members at his golf club, he never intended for it to become a viral hit. But McCurry, the longtime pro at Old Fort Golf Club in Murfreesboro, Tenn., started getting texts earlier this week after the clip -- a parody of Vanilla Ice's "Ice, Ice Baby" -- appeared on Monday's edition of The Golf Fix, a weekly show on the Golf Channel. And in the days since, "Slice, Slice Baby" has become something an internet sensation. If you're not familiar, here's McCurry in action, along with brothers and backup dancers Jason and Jordan Tate: McCurry said the video started as a project for his club's annual banquet, at which McCurry honors the course's major winners with a video tribute. McCurry said he did a spoof video each of the last few years as part of the event, and this year, after talking with the Tates (whose mother owns a dance studio) they settled on ...
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