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The Golf Boys Are Back
As the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry reported that global recorded music revenues rose for the first time since 1999, PGA Tour stars Ben Crane, Rickie Fowler, Hunter Mahan and Bubba Watson have just released their second single ‘2.Oh’.
It has to be more than a coincidence.
Golf’s only boy band’s The Golf Boys follow up to their viral charity debut track ‘Oh Oh Oh’ has taken a different musical direction as Rickie Fowler told the Golf Channel, ‘Same group, but with a little different flair,’
‘You're going to see some of the same outfits - including Bubba's hairy-chested overalls look - and it's going to be interesting.’
‘The group is taking it to the next level. We're far from professional, we're just big goof-offs in the studio shooting it and we're all having fun.’
‘2.Oh’ has the potential to outdo the five-million youtube views the Golf Boys original cult hit. Hopes are high that their follow-up track will help raise much-needed funds for the charity, with 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the record going to Charity Water, a charity aimed at getting clean water to parts of the world that don't currently have it.
Fowler added, "Don't expect us, by any means, to produce a hit single. We're just having a good time doing it and making some good money for charity."