Bubba Watson, Ben Crane, Rickie Fowler and Hunter Mahan Bring Golf Boys Back

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterMarch 4, 2013

Like The Empire Strikes Back, The Dark Knight and Aliens, this Golf Boys music video entitled "2.Oh" is far better than the original.

The rock stars of the PGA return as Bubba Watson, Ben Crane, Rickie Fowler and Hunter Mahan bring back their musical alter egos while raising money for a great cause.

This isn't just four players from the tour creating a song for the giggles, of which there are many. This is a way to raise awareness and money for clean water.

On the website for non-profit organization charity: water, you can visit the Golf Boys' profile and donate money.

There, they ask you to use just a bit of your imagination to consider how awful it would be to be without something we take for granted:

Imagine if you had no clean water. Imagine walking 5 hours (almost as long as it takes Ben to play a round of golf) to the nearest river to collect water for your family -- water that’s not even clean. Imagine giving that water to your kids.

From there, they bring their audacious swag and clunky rhymes to the masses. Of them all, I rather enjoyed the cheese that is, "oh how the birdies love me, love me, love me. Almonds in my bag because they yummy to my tummy."

The whole thing is one big joke, and it's refreshing. 

Whether you let Rory McIlroy off the hook for walking away from the Honda Classic or have jumped back on the Tiger Woods bandwagon is open to debate.

What we need more of are crazy characters on tour willing to make fools of themselves for a great cause. The Golf Boys started it all with their first single, "Oh, Oh, Oh."

Now they have a classic with their second foray into the music world.

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