This has been one of the more challenging reviews I’ve had in some time. I personally test every product I review, and take my time with attention to every detail. I test over several days, weeks, even months, to make sure my evaluation of the product is as accurate and true as possible.
This is certainly the case with the Golf Beer Mug. I put the Golf Beer Mug through a deep battery of tests, from ales to lagers to honey weats to porters. I found the Golf Beer Mug to perform well through all the variants of brews I threw at it.
Below is the Golf Beer Mug in action, in the back yard.
Golf Beer Mug, a mug shaped like a golf bag, has plenty of room. An entire 16oz bottle fits easily with plenty of room for golf balls, accessories, and 14 clubs.
Great Gift Idea
The Golf Beer Mug would be great for Father’s Day, birthdays, Christmas or as giveaways for golf tournaments. Retail price is less than $20 and it can be found currently on Amazon for under $16.
Are you on Google Plus? Yes many think it is a ghost town, but there are some fairly large golf communities with thousands of members. Give Hooked On Golf Blog’s G+ page a follow, as well as my personal G+ and I’ll follow you back.
Care to join me for some Beer Golf? There are women too!
One new follower I picked up today is “Beer Golf and Women.” Naturally I was intrigued by this. Not because of beer and women, but because of the missing comma in the name. Or perhaps I’m presuming it was a mistake. I would think it should read “Beer, Golf and Women.” Without the comma it implies that “Beer Golf” is a single activity.
Wait a sec…
Beer Golf? That’s absolutely brilliant. I love the sound of that. I’ve been struggling with my regular golf game but I could really sink my taste buds into “Beer Golf.”
I try to avoid posting the same material that many other golf sites do but this time I MUST post this video. The most interesting man in the golf world is without a doubt Miguel Angel Jimenez. Today his legend grew even more as he made an ace to win 288 bottles of beer on the European Tour at the Open De Espana.
Part of the celebration included a Chi Chi Rodriguez sword sheathing along with a dance that could rival Michael Jackson’s best moves…
Hats off to Miguel Angel Jimenez.