Posts Tagged ‘Bachelor Party Golf’

Annoyed Golfer Attacks Bachelor Party in Jacksonville

Wednesday, May 2nd, 2012

golf course bachelor party fight
Bachelor parties are a time to get rowdy and have fun. Said rowdiness is usually limited to the groom and his buddies. However, that wasn’t the case over the weekend when 61-year-old James Alonzo Hines took his frustration out on the bachelor party group that happened to be be playing ahead of him on Jacksonville’s Beach Municipal Golf Course. Hines claims that the partygoers were horsing around and taking too much time between shots. To teach them a lesson, he decided to drive his golf cart right into the group at full speed (seems logical). Various members of the bachelor party group suffered injuries ranging from small cuts to leg bruises. Read the original story from the Florida-Times Union.

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DIV Pro 6: The Ultimate Golf Accessory for Grooms

Monday, August 15th, 2011

If you’re one of the grooms that will be playing golf for your bachelor party on the morning of the wedding or on your honeymoon, we’ve got something you need to see:

div pro 6 way golf tool

Introducing the DivPro 6 Way Golf Tool

The DivPro 6 Way tool includes all of the necessary golf accessories you’ll need on the course (and then some.) Let’s break it down:

1.) Divot repair (to clean up the green after you knock one within three feet.)

2.) Ball marker (so your idiot friend doesn’t knock your ball off the green with his approach shot.)

3.) Club head cleaner (if you’re playing like garbage, your clubs may as well look good… right?)

4.) Golf grip saver (don’t lay your clubs on the ground, use the DivPro to prop them up.)

5.) Cigar holder (never set your cigar down on the grass again.)

6.) Shotgun can opener (because getting bombed is the true reason you’re out on the links.)

The DivPro also comes with the complete rules for Shotgun Golf — a fun game to play with your buddies on the course. The tool runs an affordable $14.95, so pick one up for yourself or your wedding party members at The Man Registry.

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Would you prefer to hit the links for a round during your bachelor party or on the morning of your wedding? Tell us your choice in the comment section below.

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