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What Would You Drink Out of the Claret Jug?

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Rory

http://www.golfchannel.com/news/golf-central-blog/rory-claret-jug-needs-bit-clean-after-night-out/

Phil

http://www.golfchannel.com/news/golf-central-blog/mickelson-drank-40000-bottle-wine-out-claret-jug/

Unless they could should me how they cleaned it, I'm not sure I would try!

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Yes I would.

But "What Would You Drink"?

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But "What Would You Drink"?

Ha... for some reason I read "would you drink out of the claret jug?"

As for as what I would drink out of it... possibly a good Scotch, maybe some beer.

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A better question would be, what did John Daly put in the Claret Jug? As for me, scotch sounds like a good choice. Or when I'm out on the course I could put water or Gatorade in it.
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Rory

http://www.golfchannel.com/news/golf-central-blog/rory-claret-jug-needs-bit-clean-after-night-out/

Phil

http://www.golfchannel.com/news/golf-central-blog/mickelson-drank-40000-bottle-wine-out-claret-jug/

Unless they could should me how they cleaned it, I'm not sure I would try!

That was my first thought.

I wouldn't mind sipping a Jack Nicholas lemonade while holding it in front of the world media though. :-D

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An Arnold Palmer. :-D

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I would drink a nice scotch out of it. Don't worry... the alcohol will kill any germs ;-)

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Because I have a manly man image to uphold, probably a Peach Bellini.... Lol :-P Macallan 17 year.
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If it was clean, maybe a fine 20 year old Port. I cannot drink Scotch or whisky since that "incident" freshman year of college.

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If it was clean, maybe a fine 20 year old Port. I cannot drink Scotch or whisky since that "incident" freshman year of college.

I definitely wasn't drinking scotch freshman year. Not good scotch (or any good alcohol for that matter), anyway.

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In college I would have thrown some Jag in there like Rory and his friends did. If I had Rory's money though...I just feel like you'd have to throw Cristal in at some point.

I would then mix a Arnold Palmer and bourbon combo. I love that mix.

If I was from Ireland like Rory, I would tweet about throwing some poitín in the cup.

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A better question would be, what did John Daly put in the Claret Jug?

As for me, scotch sounds like a good choice. Or when I'm out on the course I could put water or Gatorade in it.

I finished playing golf one day last week and I ordered an "Arnold Palmer" (iced tea and lemonade). One of my playing partners ordered a "John Daly". I had never heard that before and I asked him what that was. He said, "Same thing you are having, but with a double shot of vodka".

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For the sake of disinfecting the jug, most likely some smooth southern moonshine.

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