Game: 18 Holes Pubs Luzern
18 hole pub golf. For a drinking game that lasts a whole afternoon session, it’s difficult to beat Pub Golf. It’s a fairly simple – but potentially brutal – way of turning a bar crawl into a testing challenge and a contest between friends.
Drinking Games: Pub Golf – Rules: The 18 Holes The organiser of a Pub Golf bar crawl needs to do a bit of advance preparation. As with all good golf courses, there needs to be 18 holes, with a short walk in between each one. In this drinking game, of course, the holes are pubs or bars, and those that will be attended need to decide upon before the day, and mapped out into a route. It’s probably best to leave the bars with the most lenient door policy until the end of the game. All pubs must be within a 1 km radius to make sure that players can reach the other holes(pubs) within a short period of time.
Drinking Games: Pub Golf – Rules: The Clubs In proper golf, players are only allowed to choose between 14 clubs, and this is the same in Pub Golf. These must be decided upon before the tournament begins, the clubs naturally being the type of drinks allowed. A good range of drinks should be included, including some non-alcoholic drinks for those wishing to take a breather and some absolute shockers to raise the stakes a bit. A sample bag could include, in order of strength: 1 glass of water, 1 orange juice, 1 lime and lemonade, 1 pint of cider, 1 pint of Stella Artois, 1 pint of Guinness, 1 glass of red wine, 1 glass of white wine, 1 gin and tonic, 1 rum and coke, 1 vodka and Red Bull, 1 shot of tequila, 1 Jaegerbomb, 1 shot of absinthe.
Drinking Games: Pub Golf – Rules: Scoring system
Again, this is decided beforehand. At each hole, a different drink is worth a different score. For example, in Opera the vodka and Red Bull could be worth two under par and the pint of Guinness worth one over par. Meanwhile, in Road House, they could be worth even par and one under par respectively. How much each drink is worth in each pub can be set either randomly (assigned by, say, the roll of a dice beforehand) or utterly vindictively (the harder drinks being worth lower scores later in the game). The aim for all the Pub Golfers is to get the lowest score possible, and the winner is the lowest score at the end of the 18 holes. Anyone who declines to take a drink at any of the holes is deemed to have made a mistake on his or her card, and thus cannot win. Each player receives a score card as used in the standard (grass and clubs) version of golf. At each watering hole each player gets a pint (or other pre-agreed amount), and has to down it in as few goes as possible. The number of goes required is recorded on the score card, and the players move on to the next hole (pub).Obviously the winner is the person with the lowest total score after all the holes have been visited.
9-holes standard for the not so hardcore 9 holes golf, is played the same way as the 18 holes golf, but the only difference is that the amount of holes (pubs) they have to play at.
Here 18 pubs that we have chosen. • Loft • Opera • Rock • Mr Pickwicks • The legends bar • Roadhouse • Rathouse Brauerei • Blue Bar • See bar • Bar59 • Havanna Bar • Casineum • Nectar Bar • Anfield Bar • Penthouse Astoria • Gracie Kellys Irish Pub • Pravda • Stadtkeller