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                                 Billy Mac, New Orleans product and Seattle resident,

                                 has brought popular music to the game of golf in a

                                 way no one has ever done.  An accomplished singer

                                 and songwriter, he has brought the idea of golf music

                                 to a joyous reality with his internationally acclaimed

                                 CD Tee It Up.


His work is infused with both an abiding respect for the game, for its history and traditions, and a healthy sense of humor for the maddening moments endured by those who play. It has been unanimously praised from Scottsdale to Scotland. "The Old Course," his soaring homage to the history of St. Andrews, was named the theme of the St. Andrews' Links Trust's 600th Anniversary, the World Shotgun 2000.


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Tee It Up - The CD

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Song: Augusta Sweet Augusta

Album: Tee It Up

Billy Mac plays the Louisville Golf Persimmon 304 Blades

GOLF Magazine named Billy’s “Augusta Sweet Augusta”  one of the Top 10 golf songs EVER written.

The Back 9 - The CD


                                  Billy’s much-anticipated follow-up to Tee It Up

                                        has arrived ! It brings with it 10 songs of

                                incredible breadth and variety that reflect the

                                span of golf history the CD celebrates. From the   

                                Dixieland tribute to Walter Hagen to the zydeco homage to Jay and Lionel Hebert. The Back 9 takes us on a musical journey from Bobby Jones (“The Champions of Eastlake”) to Sam Snead (“Slammin’ Sammy Snead”) to Fred Couples (“Boom Boom”).


       (Click here to hear samples and buy Tee It Up and  The Back 9]


Read the latest reviews:     The Seattle Times     

                                             Cascade Golfer April 2012 C.pdf