How to Survive a Golf Trip with Your Buddies

How to Survive a Golf Trip with Your Buddies

Yo, yo, yo, Bogey Bear Club members and welcome to another edition of the Bogey Bear Blog, where we share our thoughts on everything golf-related. Today, we want to talk about something that is both epic and shitty: a golf trip with your buddies.

A golf trip with your buddies is the shit. You get to chill, booze, and play some dope courses. But it can also suck balls. You have to deal with flights, hotels, tee times, and transportation. You have to agree on the budget, itinerary, preferences, and expectations of the trip. You have to cope with weather, traffic, delays, cancellations, or other crap that can fuck up your plans. How do you pull off a badass golf trip that everyone will dig and remember? Here are some tips to help you out.

Tip #1: Plan ahead. The first thing you need to do is plan ahead. Don’t be a lazy fuck and wait until the last minute to book everything. You’ll end up paying more, getting less, and missing out on the best stuff. Start planning at least a few months in advance and do your homework. Compare prices, reviews, ratings, and availability of different courses, hotels, and airlines. Use online tools like Golf Advisor, Golf Digest, and GolfNow to find the best courses and deals in your destination.

Tip #2: Communicate. The next thing you need to do is communicate. Don’t be a dick and assume that everyone is on the same page about the trip. Talk to your buddies and make sure you agree on the basics. How much are you willing to spend? How many rounds do you want to play? What kind of courses do you want to play? How competitive or casual do you want to be? How much time do you want to spend on other stuff like sightseeing, dining, or nightlife? Be clear, honest, and respectful of each other’s opinions and wishes.

Tip #3: Be flexible. The last thing you need to do is be flexible. Don’t be a douchebag and stick to your plans no matter what. Things can change due to weather, traffic, delays, cancellations, or other shit that can screw up your plans. Be ready to adapt and improvise if needed. Don’t let a minor setback ruin your mood or your trip. Be open-minded and willing to compromise if necessary. Remember that the main goal of the trip is to have fun with your buddies and enjoy the game of golf.

Tip #4: Be awesome. The final thing you need to do is be awesome. Don’t be a boring fuck and play it safe on the course. Go for the glory and aim for the pin, the bunker, or the water. You might end up with a bogey, a double bogey, or worse, but you might also end up with a birdie, an eagle, or a hole-in-one. You never know until you try, and you’ll have more fun along the way.

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So there you have it, four tips on how to survive a golf trip with your buddies. Now go out there and have a blast! And don’t forget to share your stories and photos with us on social media using #BogeyBearClub.