Luke Bryan Played Shirtless Golf With His Boys (And Got His 20th No.1 Hit)

Luke Bryan Played Shirtless Golf With His Boys (And Got His 20th No.1 Hit)

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It’s been a big couple of weeks for Luke Bryan– he made his “American Idol” debut;  played in Australia for the first time, where he drank beer out of a boot; went to Hawaii with his family and played shirtless golf; and he officially notched his 20th No.1 hit with “Most People Are Good.”

After leaving Australia, Luke and his crew headed to Hawaii for a couple of shows on his What Makes You Country Tour, but they’ve also enjoyed some family time. Caroline shared this photo of Luke and his boys, Bo, Tate and Til playing some shirtless golf saying, “I leave them alone for 2 hours and they change the rules of golf. ” They have also indulged in some real Hawaiian shaved ice.

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Official Hawaiian shaved ice.

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While the Bryan family was in Australia they did all touristy things and celebrated son Bo’s 10th birthday.

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Good day.

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Most People Are Good” is Luke’s 20th No. 1 single, as it claimed the top spot on both the Country Aircheck and Billboard Country Airplay charts. This is Luke’s 12th straight Billboard No. 1, the longest current streak among all artists.

“I think that ‘Most People Are Good’ might be one of the best songs I’ve ever recorded,” shared Luke. “I think it’s a song that truly helps people believe in people again. We seem to get reminded every day of all the negativity of what humans are, and truly it’s only .001 percent of people causing all the negativity. I mean, I truly believe that.  This song preaches the innocence of children, the beauty of mothers, the beauty of relationships, the beauty of what life truly could be and should be and really is. I think that most people lay their heads down at night and try to be better and try to be good to other people. And this song captures those emotions perfectly.”

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