Originally Posted by CptMyCpt
Keep it in the short grass.
I played pretty inconsistently, and had lots of water problems. Sand trouble one one hole (chunked into three different bunkers, then flied the green and OB) forced me to take a 10. Two snowmen, as well. Oy vey.
It was fun, though.
Originally Posted by earlytimes
...I'd like to bring some of my homebrew to drink with me on the course. Has anyone done this? Did you just bring a plastic cup to pour it into? Did the bottles get shaken up too much and the yeast sediment get mixed back up into the beer? Is this worth it?...
Do you keg? If so, plastic soda bottles and the BMBF are your friend.
If not, try tucking a couple of bottles in your bag, and bring a plastic bag for some ice. Hefes and Wits are great for this, because it's no biggie if they get mixed up.
Personally, I have no quibbles about drinking BMC on the golf course. In fact, Coors heavy is one of my favorite golfing beers.
PS: I've been known to carry a small flask of bourbon in my golf bag as well.