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Praise Dionysus, Beer Pong Golf has arrived!

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Beer Pong Golf

We’ve seen beer pong-inspired golf games. We’ve seen cornhole golf games enter the backyard activity pantheon.

However, we’ve yet to see a beer pong golf game in which you can actually drink the substance in question.

So, we say, cheers to the holy of holies that is Beer Pong Golf. Chip it! Drink it!

The equipment: Two 48’’ x 23’’ boards. 10 slots. Green plastic mats. Hollow golf balls. Players place the mats 12 feet from the board and chip. So so many great things, the concept is simple.

Then, as international beer pong law mandates, when a player from the opposing team/your opponent pitches the ball into your cup, you drink (as illustrated below). Much fun and drunkenness ensues! Yas, bros!

beer-pong-golf-2If this sounds like fun to you, consider ponying up some of your drinking money for Kickstarter-funded BPG, which is taking preorders now.

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  1. X-out

    Sep 23, 2017 at 9:47 am

    The clownish stupidity surrounding golf is pathetic and reflects on the type of desperate people who are seeking fun rather than practicing to perform on the golf course. Immature minds and clowns litter the golf courses of the nation.

    • Bobo

      Sep 23, 2017 at 3:42 pm

      Isn’t that rather harsh indictment of the 25 million golfers that trudge and drive on the golf courses of the nation? So what that 95% of them can’t break 100 without cheating, the guys who play these golf skill games are usually the cream of the crop… of clowns.

  2. Milo

    Sep 22, 2017 at 10:47 am

    How about i just make it myself?

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The DailyWRX (1/18/2021): The Mike Trout of golf?

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Group 1 allllllll day…

But why???

 

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Instantly the best hair on tour…

 

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This is crazy…

I can’t…

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Could Kyle Berkshire outdrive you with his lob wedge? There’s a good chance the answer is yes

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Kyle Berkshire’s 302-yard 8-iron strike turned a lot of heads last month, and the World Long Drive champion has stunned golfers again, this time by producing spectacular numbers with his lob wedge.

The 24-year-old filmed himself on Instagram this weekend where he delivered a monumental strike with his lob wedge – with his trackman numbers showing 115 mph clubhead speed and 158 mph ball speed resulting in a 260-yard smash.

Check out the video below.

 

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A 260-yard lob wedge strike is considerably longer than the average amateur golfer hits their driver. Last year, statistician Lou Stagner, used data taken directly from the USGA Distance Insight Report to calculate the average driving distance for male amateur golfers in different handicap ranges.

To put Berkshire’s latest hit into even further perspective, the long drive expert’s lob wedge is only five yards shorter than Ben Hogan’s stock driver yardage from 1948.

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How much each player won at the 2021 Sony Open in Hawaii

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Kevin Na has transformed himself into a consistent winner on tour, and Na’s victory in Hawaii on Sunday earned the 37-year-old a  $1,188,000 payday. Chris Kirk and Joaquin Niemann shared second place at the event, with both men taking home checks for $587,400.

With a total prize purse of $6.6 million up for grabs, here’s a look at how much each player who made the cut won at the 2021 Sony Open.

1: Kevin Na, -21, $1,188,000

T-2: Chris Kirk, -20, $587,400

T-2: Joaquin Niemann, -20, $587,400

T-4: Webb Simpson, -19, $277,750

T-4: Marc Leishman, -19, $277,750

T-4: Brendan Steele, -19, $277,750

T-7: Patton Kizzire, -18, $200,475

T-7: Collin Morikawa, -18, $200,475

T-7: Billy Horschel, -18, $200,475

T-7: Daniel Berger, -18, $200,475

T-11: Matt Jones, -17, $153,450

T-11: Nick Taylor, -17, $153,450

T-11: Russell Henley, -17, $153,450

T-14: Carlos Ortiz, -16, $113,850

T-14: Nick Hardy, -16, $113,850

T-14: Keith Mitchell, -16, $113,850

T-14: Peter Malnati, -16, $113,850

T-14: Charley Hoffman, -16, $113,850

T-19: Kyoung-Hoon Lee, -15, $78,210

T-19: Charles Howell III, -15, $78,210

T-19: Kramer Hickok, -15, $78,210

T-19: Mackenzie Hughes, -15, $78,210

T-19: Hideki Matsuyama, -15, $78,210

T-19: Stewart Cink, -15, $78,210

T-25: Sepp Straka, -14, $50,710

T-25: Hudson Swafford, -14, $50,710

T-25: Michael Thompson, -14, $50,710

T-25: Vaughn Taylor, -14, $50,710

T-25: Si Woo Kim, -14, $50,710

T-25: Robby Shelton, -14, $50,710

31: Camaron Davis, -13, $43,230

T-32: Kevin Kisner, -12, $34,576.67

T-32: Brice Garnett, -12, $34,576.67

T-32: Harris English, -12, $34,576.67

T-32: Ryan Armour, -12, $34,576.67

T-32: Mark Hubbard, -12, $34,576.67

T-32: Jim Herman, -12, $34,576.67

T-32: Wesley Bryan -12, $34,576.66

T-32: Pat Perez, -12, $34,576.66

T-32: Harry Higgs -12, $34,576.66

T-41: Ryan Palmer, -11, $24,090

T-41: Lanto Griffin, -11, $24,090

T-41: Brendon Todd, -11, $24,090

T-41: James Hahn, -11, $24,090

T-41: Adam Scott, -11, $24,090

T-41: Aaron Baddeley, -11, $24,090

T-47: Sergio Garcia, -10, $16,903.34

T-47: Mike Weir, -10, $16,903.34

T-47: Austin Cook, -10, $16,903.34

T-47: Brian Stuard, -10, $16,903.33

T-47: Jim Furyk, -10, $16,903.33

T-47: Emiliano Grillo, -10, $16,903.33

T-47: Scott Brown, -10, $16,903.33

T-47: Nelson Ledesma, -10, $16,903.33

T-47: Martin Trainer, -10, $16,903.33

T-56: Brian Harman, -9, $15,048

T-56: Jason Kokrak, -9, $15,048

T-56: Troy Merritt, -9, $15,048

T-56: Satoshi Kodaira, -9, $15,048

T-56: Sungjae Im, -9, $15,048

T-56: Chris Baker, -9, $15,048

T-62: Cameron Smith, -8, $14,454

T-62: Anirban Lahiri, -8, $14,454

T-62: Zach Johnson, -8, $14,454

T-65: Sebastian Munoz, -7, $14,124

T-65: Michael Kim, -7, $14,124

T-67: Chez Reavie, -6, $13,728

T-67: Ryosuke Kinoshita, -6, $13,728

T-67: Robert Streb, -6, $13,728

T-67: Jamie Lovemark, -6, $13,728

71: K.J. Choi, -5, $13,398

72: Brian Gay, -3, $13,266

73: Jerry Kelly, E, $13,134

 

 

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