If you are not a fan of the walk-up music at the Zurich Classic, you’ll be able to cease studying. If you might be, properly, then listed below are some of the best songs we’ll hear Saturday at TPC Louisiana.
Now, the standards is that there isn’t any standards, so take pleasure in:
Made reduce however missed reduce
First, we’ll begin with a number of from the MC class. These groups won’t be sticking round lengthy sufficient for his or her alternatives to be performed, however they at least putt some thought into it anyway:
5. Mark Hubbard/Sebastian Cappelen: “The Best” by Whitney Houston
Simply one of many best songs ever made.
4. Russell Knox/Brian Stuard: “Straight Down The Middle” by Bing Crosby
Classy selection, however sadly this track did not describe their video games this week.
3. Akshay Bhatia/Scott Piercy: “Coming In Hot” by Lecrae and Andy Mineo
If you’ve got by no means listened to Lecrae, it’s best to begin. Also, guessing Piercy did not choose this one.
2. D.J. Trahan/Ricky Barnes: “Touch Of Grey” by Grateful Dead
Who knew the son of a swing surgeon and the “Dutch Boy” have been Deadheads?
1. Kevin Tway/Kelly Kraft: “Ruff Ryders Anthem” by DMX
Rest in peace.
Not thought of
OK, now we’ll throw out some picks that did not come near consideration. I imply, not even shut:
3. Bo Hoag/Wes Roach: “I’m On A Boat” by Lonely Island.
Would’ve been a tad increased on the checklist at the 2012 Zurich Classic.
2. Kevin Kisner/Scott Brown: “They want us to choose a song.”
C’mon, guys. Pick a track, any track.
1. Sung Kang/Okay.J. Choi: “NO SONG.”
Sure, there have been a number of groups who did not submit a track, however Kang and Choi have been the one ones who really submitted, “NO SONG” – and in all caps.
Best of the best
Finally, the second you’ve got all have been ready for, the best of the best:
10. Tyler Duncan/Adam Schenk: “Who Let the Dogs Out” by Baha Men
Nice to see these guys letting free and having some enjoyable.
9. Vincent Whaley/Michael Gligic: “It’s A Great Day To Be Alive” by Travis Tritt
Something about turning the amount all the best way up on this anthem simply evokes.
8. Charl Schwartzel/Louis Oosthuizen: “Vacation” by Dirty Heads
Not a lot an enormous fan of the track, however can not help however discover the correlation between the title of this track and Schwartzel’s ball sponsor. Now, are he and Louis utilizing Clear balls or not?
7. Xander Schauffele/Patrick Cantlay: “Money” by Pink Floyd
Oldie however goodie.
6. Alex Noren/Henrik Norlander: “Africa” by Toto
Never will get previous.
5. Tyrrell Hatton/Danny Willett: “Ready Or Not” by Fugees
“No stress!” Maybe Willett picked this one for he and Tyrrell.
4. Max Homa/Talor Gooch: “Shake Ya Tailfeather” by P. Diddy, Nelly and Murphy Lee
Personal favourite with an ideal intro.
3. Tom Lewis/Thomas Pieters: “Bring It All Back” by S Club 7
One of essentially the most uplifting songs of all-time that you’ve got seemingly by no means heard of till now. Also, it acquired moved method up the checklist after this scribe could not get it unstuck from his head.
2. Tony Finau/Cameron Champ: “Freedom” by Beyonce
If this track by Queen Bey does not spur you on to a win, nothing will.
1. Cam Smith/Marc Leishman: “The Mullet Song” by Jay Powell
Props to Leish for locating this one.