Everyone has their own ways of getting ready for a round of golf, whether it’s hitting a few balls on the driving range or messing around on the practice green to warm up.
However, there’s one essential step to take if you’re looking to maximize your enjoyment on the links: figuring out how much beer you can fit into your bag without running out of space for the things you actually need to play the game.
If you’re privileged enough to have a bag with a built-in tap, this is a pretty easy problem to solve, but most normal people don’t have the luxury.
A lot of courses don’t officially allow you to bring your own booze on the course, and if you’re trying to avoid pissing off the powers that be, you’re going to have to rely on the ever-elusive drink cart to get your fix.
Unfortunately, more often than not, you’ll end up suffering the same fate Spalding did when you need it most.
However, that could all change if one company has anything to do with it,
According to Golf.com, North Dakota’s King’s Walk Golf Course has teamed up with Flytrex to help usher in a new age of drinking on the course thanks to everyone’s favorite new technology:
Golfers on the course will be able to download an app which will give them the option of getting a variety of concessions delivered directly to their location on the course.
It’s currently only available on the back nine, which is a godsend if your performance on the front made you drink the brews you brought faster than you anticipated.
The company says that it hopes to eventually expand to 15,000 courses if the pilot program is successful.
If this is what the future looks like, I am very onboard.