I found myself in an interesting discussion over the weekend with my fellow golf guru Mark regarding drinking while playing a round of 18.  I have drank on a golf course on a few occasions, one in which I was over served, other times I had a nice glow and others only having one or two.


From our discussion I came to the conclusion that the majority of the time I don’t like to drink during a round with the exception of playing in a golf outing.  For some reason drinking and golf outings go together like peas and carrots.  However, during an ordinary round it just affects me too much.


It usually goes a little something like this.  I crack the first beer and take a sip, it tastes so good when it hits the lips.  After finishing the first brew, I feel a little relaxed and tend to stop over thinking.  Soon the second beer is cracked and again things remain relatively good.  My swing is nice and relaxed and my putting stroke is nice and smooth.  Once the third beer is cracked its all down hill.  The third beer seems like a good idea but once the empty can is rattling around the golf cart I quickly realize that I have a little buzz.  All of a sudden my concentration starts to lapse and my mechanics begin to break down. 


Now don’t get me wrong I am all for a nice cold brew after a round, but when it starts adversely effecting my round I have to draw the line.  My conclusion with Mark was, two beers is tops for me is when playing a round on the weekends, during golf outings just enjoy yourself.


But hey to each their own and remember stay thirsty my friends.
4/23/2012 20:28:15

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