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What Is Your Favorite 19th Hole Beverage?

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Non-alcoholic: Pepsi

Alcoholic: Coors or Miller Lite

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Alcoholic: Generally speaking, a cold beer but if its an evening round it might be a single malt.

Non-alcoholic: Oh, but I am...

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On the course - Bloody Mary

Afterwards - Alaskan Amber

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It's rare I don't drink beer on the course so more of the same after. Not sure if it's superstition or what but I tend to play bad without the beer. Though lately I've been mixing some Tres Leches drinks in there, tastes like a vanilla shake. Need to cool it, pants are a little snug after all the booze this summer.

Spanish Russian:

  • 1 1/2 oz. Tres Leches Triple Cream Liqueur
  • 1 oz. Vodka
  • 1 oz. Coffee Liqueur
  • Servced over ice
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I'd have to say a cold beer.  If they have something 'a notch above' so to speak, I'll get that.  With no offense meant to Miller Light / Bud Light, I'd have a problem calling them my favorite.  But if it is all they have - which seems to be the case pretty often - I'm in.  And occasionally a scotch or bourbon is nice as well.

I've had problems with the gout lately and have had to quit drinking altogether.  But I look forward to drinking at the course again once things level out.  I do enjoy it.  Gotta be one of the best times to get a drink and tell lies about the round you just played.

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Leinenkugel Summer Shandy

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On hot days - a double Glenlivet on the rocks.

On cooler days - a double Glenlivet neat.

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Lemonade or an Arnold Palmer. Guys love me when they have a hole-in-one.

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Lemonade or an Arnold Palmer.

Ahhh, yes, Arnold Palmers.  I love those while I am playing golf.  Usually have one or two.  Still like the Glenlivet after the round.

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Tanqueray or Bombay, on the rocks with Blue Cheese olives on the side.

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If I am eating, a Jack and Coke.   If I'm not, 15 year old Glenlivet.

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The last time I visited the 19th hole after a round was in the 1990s!!!  I used to play in a regular pot-game back then.  We'd have 20-35 players competing during prime season and we'd all gather in the grill afterwards for payouts.  The wait for all the groups to finish was always painful.  I usually drank water or a Gatorade. Since those days?................NEVER.  LOL

IMO...if I have the time to burn afterwards, it would be better spent playing an extra 9 holes!

No joke......ever since I relocated and changed to a new golf club, all of my regular groups make a beeline to our cars after walking off the 18th and that is the way I like it.  If there is money to be handed over....we do it from our carts after we drive clear of the 18th green. lol

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