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Tim Williamson
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Alcohol and Golf  

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  1. 1. How much do you drink when you play?

    • Not at all
      41
    • Rarely
      36
    • Occasionally
      27
    • Often
      16
    • Always or nearly all the time
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Nobody drinks the "birdie juice"? Where I golf, it's pretty customary to take a little tug off of someone's homebrew after anyone makes a birdie. I was in a tournament this weekend and Saturday, a guy in our 4some had his version of fireball that was whiskey that he filled with "red hots" candy that tasted like fireball. And today, a guy in our 4some had some homemade rootbeer schnapps. I made 3 birdies today. It was delicious! I make wine and usually bring a bottle just in case there happens to be a successful birdie attempt. I don't see a problem with it. We don't make enough birdies to get drunk. And I shot a 77 today. Good times, good friends and just a little good booze. Cheers.

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Generally nothing while playing. I will have few at the clubhouse or nearby pub afterwards, but I prefer to wait till the round is over. Unless it's a scramble or social tournament, in which case, bottoms up!

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Almost never. Only time I've had a bit was during a golf trip with the club where we shared some liquor now and then. Just a little sip. Never brought cans of beer, cider or anything to the course.

I have a feeling that alcohol and golf is not as common here. Not sure if it's true for Europe compared to USA, or just Norway.

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Depends on the weather, or which friends I am golfing with. Most of the time it's no alcohol. Especially in warmer weather, which is when water is my beverage of choice. 

When golfing, 3 beers is my limit. 

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With good friends, maybe 3-4 beers in a round. None of us will get anywhere near obnoxious or slow with that much or we wouldn't do it.

With my father-in-law and grandfather-in-law, whom I play with maybe 3-4 times per year, we will usually have 1 or 2 beers over the round and will then have another couple on the 19th. 

When I play as a single or with people I don't know? Never. And I drink beer or vodka on almost a daily basis when I get home for work. But when I'm playing my game, on my own or with people I don't know well, I'm working on my game (while having fun too, most importantly). 

 

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We've had more threads about drinking on the golf course in the last month than I've had drinks on the golf course in my life. 

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