A few weekends ago I got together with some friends to play a round of “pub golf”. None of us had ever heard of pub golf before, but our friend Christian had come across the concept online recently and decided to organize a tournament for us. Here’s a step-by-step how-to guide for anyone else who wants to try their own game!
Have your meticulous and detail-oriented German friend draft a score sheet.
DISCLAIMER: This challenge was in no way, shape or form officially associated with Chung-Ang University. It was just for fun. Logos used were not done so officially. Now, continue on with the Pub Golf guide!
Choose a teammate of similar drinking abilities. Choose team name. (“Team Sexy” seemed only fitting in our case).
In consultation with your teammate, select desired drinking course. Standard course is recommended; approach Austrian course with caution.
Begin the challenge at your first stop – Ho Bar 2! As Ho Bar seems to always be conveniently “sold out” of the cheapest beer (Cass: Korean – $2.50), no matter what time of the night it is, opt for the next cheapest brew (we chose Budweiser: American).
Complete the next couple holes on the list. Find a Korean old lady (ajumma) in an elevator at one of the bars. Party hard with her. Attempt to get off elevator, only to have the doors open on a brick wall (yes, this actually happened). Get off at the correct floor and continue on with the drinking!
Continue onto Ho Bar 1 for the “One cocktail + one beer” challenge. Can’t go wrong with a Jack & Coke!
Pose with some friends at one of the later stops on the tour. At this point, everyone should be very, very wasted!
Finish off the remaining holes. Celebrate with some dancing & drinking at Hongdae’s Club Mansion!
Photobomb a Swede photobombing an Austrian photobombing a German.
Find this photo posted on your facebook a week later. Think to yourself “so that’s where all those weird black marks on my arm came from!”. Make futile attempt to recall where the photo was taken.
Have your meticulous and detail-oriented German friend tally up the scoresheets. Find out that your team won! (A win is still a win, even if most of the teams just forgot to write down their scores during the night).
Feel free to alter guide to fit your individual drinking preferences! Perhaps we will have another tournament in Gangnam or Itaewon.
Special thanks goes to Christian, my German friend who organized everything! What a pal.