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The ScHoolboy‘s passion for golf is continuing to bring more bags to the table when the player makes an appearance on the latest campaign of Topgolf’s global brand.

The company launched their “Come Play Around” advertising campaign last Tuesday (November 15) and, in addition to Q and Q2, it features appearances by athletes Erin Andrews, Charissa Thompson, Kelly Stafford and more. In the statement, Topgolf expressed their desire to highlight and celebrate inclusion in the new ads.

“Our brand’s core belief is centered around the unlimited power of play, and this campaign was created as a simple invitation to do just that – to come play with us and have some fun,” Chief Brand Officer Geoff Cottrill said. “We are making the game of golf more inclusive and open for all to enjoy, and this campaign celebrates different people and personalities from all over the world coming together and enjoying a little golf… and a little of our ‘not golf.'”

The appearance came just a few months after Q was a guest on the new commercial for the PGA Tour 2K23alongside golf legend Tiger Woods. Just prior to that it was announced that rapper Q’s “Collard Greens” rapper was selected to Nike to appear in a commercial that details Woods his career.

While participating in the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am held in California in the spring of this calendar year Q explained how this event changed his mindset completely.

“Coming from where I come from, the life that I had, I never thought about playing golf,” he stated. “I started playing golf, which changed my mind way of thinking, and it helped me understand about myself as a person. This is the reason why certain aspects of my life are bad or certain events are going well because of my attitude. It helped me improve my attitude towards my life. It has fixed a variety of things I’ve done in my life.

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“Life is a game of golf. There are good shots and poor shot,” he continued. “But the most important thing is to persevere because you don’t will know. Don’t give up when you’re in the sand after the fourth attempt, you could chip it. It helped me learn a lot about life. Do you are feeling me?”

Music is on the table for Q as well, however. Groovy Q came back in April with the launch of the “Soccer Dad” single which was recorded by Tae Beast, DJ Fu and Skhye Hutch. The idea of a new album has been in the makingfor several months, but no date for release has been decided.