KNOCK IT STIFF – THE STIFF ARNOLD PALMER

Knock it Stiff – The 19th Hole – The Stiff Arnold Palmer

If you are 21 please continue reading – if not check back for our next post.  If you are 21, as always please drink responsibly and don’t ruin a great round by driving drunk.  Take a cab or ask a sober buddy for a ride. 

While, this is not original but how does Arnold Palmer order a Arnold Palmer?

This is a drink of many names…The John Daly, The Drunken Palmer, I think really every golfer and every club calls it something different.  But without a doubt this is one of the staple drinks every golfer has enjoyed during or post a round.  No matter the season this drink does not disappoint.

There are very few drinks that you can say has a 30 for 30 and very few people who has a drink named after them.  Story has it that Arnold Palmer just decided one day that he was going to add lemonade to ice tea at his house…next thing you know the drink moves from the golf course to almost every restaurant, grocery store, and gas station.  I want to shake the hand of the man that decided to take an already great drink and add vodka to it.  That person deserves a standing ovation.

I am pretty sure everyone reading this should know how to make this drink… but for those who have lived under a rock read below:

First fill the glass with ice and a couple oz of vodka…

Second, fill the glass with ¾ ice tea…

Third, fill the rest of the glass with lemonade…

Enjoy.

Here is how GOLF.com makes theirs. There really is no wrong way to make it!

Seriously, easy drink to make…no doubt one of the most refreshing drinks I have ever had.  Tip your bartenders/cart girls and never drink and drive.
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