Knock it Stiff – the 19th Hole – Johnnie Red and Ginger

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. 

Johnnie Walker and golf, are like chocolate and peanut butter.  The two were just made for one another.  As the leaves change and the days get shorter, we over at Golf Starz start to move from clear liquors to something a little darker.  Something that will warm you up on the course.   Now scotch is my favorite liquor, but scotch neat or on the rocks does not lend itself to a great drink during the round.

After the round…sure

Even a pull from a flask out of the bag…absolutely

But a solo cup or styrofoam cup of scotch neat is just not the way to start a round.  That’s why this drink is perfect for during the round.

Johnnie Walker has been involved in golf from sponsoring golfers to tournaments for a long time.   Johnnie Walker World Golf Championship, Johnnie Walker Championship at Gleneagles, and Johnnie Walker Classic just to name a few.  Johnnie Walker loves to advertise and be a part of the golf culture.  Next time you are at the club or the liquor store, pick yourself up some Johnnie Walker Red and try this drink below.  We promise you will not regret it.  #noregerts

First, add ice to the glass and a couple oz of Johnnie Walker Red…

Second, fill the rest of the glass with ginger ale…

Garnish with a lime…


Here at Golf Starz we are all about easy drinks to make.   Tip your bartenders/cart girls and never drink and drive.

And as always buy a hat!!!

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