The Masters Drinking game celebrates a classic piece of Americana: The Masters Golf tournament and combines it with alcohol to make it even better.
When the Masters broadcast starts tune your television to CBS, and get your beers ready to drink. Everyone pick a golfer to stand behind as the winner of the tournament: if they leave early, be prepared to drink a lot, so choose wisely.
This golf drinking game is a tradition unlike any other... because golf really shouldn't be watched sober (same obviously goes for Major League Baseball). To start, you should've already picked a golfer to win the entire tournament (Tiger Woods isn't the best choice for 2014). Next, you're encouraged to wager shots based on who shoots a better round each day. If your golfer is shown making birdie, you can assign a drink to someone - on the flipside of this rule, if he's shown bogeying, you drink. If your player leaves Masters before Sunday, you're screwed and have to drink whenever your friends tell you to for the rest of the weekend. If you correctly choose the winner, you assign shots to everyone else.
While the Masters Golf drinking game is in progress, the rules are as follows:
With Tiger Woods not participating in the 2014 Masters, alcohol will definitely help enhance the dull viewing experience that this has the potential to be. Not that we don't love golf, but watching Tiger is a part of the Tradition at Augusta National... so shotgun a beer for his absence and enjoy!
As always, please remember to drink responsibly! This alcohol drinking game is not meant to lead to you becoming sick due to over-consumption of alcohol. Need a ride? Download Uber or Lyft & get $5 off your first safe, sober ride. If you enjoyed it, please leave feedback in the comments & let us know how we can make it better!
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