Whisky Wednesday: Dewar’s whisky is running a special specifically for golfers

With restrictions on golf courses slowly being lifted around the country, and players finally able to hit the course once again, it seems the light at the end of the tunnel is growing closer.

And now, thanks to Dewar’s, golfers have another reason to be cheerful.

Here at Whisky Wednesdays at GOLF.com, we love bringing you (semi) regular updates between the intersection of golf and whisky. And this week, we bring you news of a great deal on Dewar’s whisky: Using the code “DewarsGolf” at ReserveBar.com, GOLF readers can get $5 off plus free shipping. Now, you’ll have something to put in your flask whenever you make it back to the course.

It’s a great deal on lots of delicious whiskies, so lets run through some of the options.

DEWAR’S WHITE LABEL

$26
One of the most popular whiskies on the planet that can be enjoyed neat or as a mixing whisky. (Use code DewarsGOLF for an additional $5 off + free shipping)
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DEWAR’S 8 YEAR OLD CARIBBEAN RUM CASK FINISH

$30
The whisky is aged in rum casks to impart an added sweetness that blends brilliantly with mixed drinks (Use code DewarsGOLF for an additional $5 off + free shipping)
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DEWAR’S 12 YEAR OLD

$33
Dewar’s 12 year-old expression has strong malty flavors combining with notes of honey (Use code DewarsGOLF for an additional $5 off + free shipping)
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DEWAR’S 15 YEAR OLD

$52
A higher price point for those wanting a longer aged whisky, with creamy notes of toffee, vanilla and coconut (Use code DewarsGOLF for an additional $5 off + free shipping)
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DEWAR’S DOUBLE DOUBLE 21 YEAR OLD

$75
The 21 year-old whisky was ranked #2 on Whiskey Advocate’s best whiskies of 2020 (Use code DewarsGOLF for an additional $5 off + free shipping)
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DEWAR’S 18 YEAR OLD

$77
If you’re ready to splurge, try this 18 year-old which is a blend of five single malt whiskies (Use code DewarsGOLF for an additional $5 off + free shipping)
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Luke Kerr-Dineen

Golf.com Contributor

Luke Kerr-Dineen is an English-American who oversees the brand’s service journalism content across all of GOLF’s multimedia platforms. An alumni of the International Junior Golf Academy and the University of South Carolina–Beaufort golf team, where he helped them to No. 1 in the national NAIA rankings, Luke moved to New York in 2012 to pursue his Masters degree in Journalism from Columbia University. Following graduation, he spent two years as a digital editor at Golf Digest before spending three years as a Senior Editor at USA Today.