South Korean music sensation Psy is still on a roll

South Korean Pop sensation Psy is living his dream. Riding high on the astounding success of his “Gangnam Style” number that broke all YouTube records and shook up the music world, the ‘funny moves and funny song’ guy continues to haul awards at major music dos and give interviews to top television channels across the globe.

Recently, Psy performed during a filming of a Super Bowl commercial for Wonderful Pistachios in California (see photo).

The latest we hear from the sports arena is that after cricket and tennis, “Gangnam style” fever hits the golf course as well. The viral South Korean dance style conquered the green of golf, as American James Hahn celebrated his birdie on the 16th with the eccentric dance form at the Phoenix Open.

Hahn may have been well behind runaway leader Phil Mickelson on the final round at the Phoenix Open, but that did not stop the golfer from celebrating with the Gangnam style dance on the 16th as if he’d just clinched the Ryder Cup for the USA. According to the Sun, it will be his sensational moves, not his putting, that will live long in the memory.

Meanwhile, Psy continues to give lectures on the anatomy of success. His next milestone: performing at South Korea's presidential inauguration ceremony on February 25.