Unlike most teens who are on spring break, instead of heading to the beach to soak up some sun or indulging in an epic movie marathon with your BFF, you can find Devon Williams at the golf course.
The high school student and Augusta, Georgia resident has spent over 17 spring breaks at the Masters -- one of the biggest PGA tournaments of the year. In fact, the golf enthusiast loves the Masters so much, that she decided to write an adorable song about it.
“I just wrote this song in my car several weeks ago and I’ve just kind of been putting it together and showed it to my family and they thought it was a hit,” Williams told WTRV.com. “I thought maybe a few of my friends would see it and like it and now people I don’t even know are sending me messages and Facebooking me and tweeting me."
Strumming her ukulele, Williams sings, "People come all over to our stomping grounds; the 19th hole is where our friends gather 'round. You really gotta see it to believe it now; this ain't no ordinary spring break."
Though the song has yet to be named, the video has gained over 11,000 views since Williams uploaded it on YouTube on April 7.
In case Williams is still searching for a song title, as one YouTube commenter suggested, we're thinking "No Ordinary Spring Break" would be perfect.
Watch the video in full above and tell us: What do you think of Williams' YouTube hit? Did you watch the Masters this year? Sound off in the comments or tweet at @HuffPostTeen!
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