Here’s how, dear reader. Below are five proper ways to enjoy your golf sodas, whether they be beers, cocktails, soft drinks or water.
5 proper ways to enjoy your ‘golf sodas’
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Birdie Juice Tumbler
Sometimes you just need a little birdie juice to jumpstart your round! Sip your birdie juice out of the same tumbler Colt Knost and Drew Stoltz use.
Tag them on social media the next time you bust yours out!
While calling the action at the Phoenix Open, Colt Knost famously shouted “Bam! Cocktails!” after an ace on the famed 16th hole. Truer words have never been spoken, and they belong on a tumbler. Featuring a Colt Knost “birdie juice” character, this is your new go-to tumbler on-and-off the course.
Colt Knost and Drew Stoltz rarely hit the course without a little birdie juice within reach. When they put on the caddie jumpsuits, watch out. Business is about to pick up. Represent the boys with this pint glass for your birdie juice.
A necessity for hiking, kayaking, or just commuting to work. the double-wall vacuum insulated cup keeps your drink cool from the first pour to the last sip. The durable, shatter-resistant bottle is dishwasher safe for when it needs a full clean. The TripleHaul handle is easily removed and the Chug Cap is included with the bottle.
You wont believe how long the Yeti Colster will keep your cannned or bottled drink cold! 12 oz. cans and bottle fit securely and the double-wall vacuum insulation will keep your beverage icy cold all day long.
Nick Piastowski is a Senior Editor at Golf.com and Golf Magazine. In his role, he is responsible for editing, writing and developing stories across the golf space. And when he’s not writing about ways to hit the golf ball farther and straighter, the Milwaukee native is probably playing the game, hitting the ball left, right and short, and drinking a cold beer to wash away his score. You can reach out to him about any of these topics — his stories, his game or his beers — at email@example.com.