Golfing legends in Prague for the Czech Masters attempt to whack a ball into a floating keg.
By BOHEMIST STAFF
PRAGUE – By nature, golfing is not the most thrilling sport in the world, but how about if you enter beer into the equation? The likes of golfing legends John Daly are in Prague for the Czech Masters and what better way to advertise the event than to have them shamelessly whack a ball into a floating keg for a year’s worth of free ale?
Daly, who fully embraced the event by wearing a loud, red polo and goofy, pattern shorts took to his twitter account to mark the occasion by saying, “Nothing like kicking off Czech Masters having 86 meters to the floating keg on the river!”
— John Daly (@PGA_JohnDaly) August 16, 2016
The evasive year’s supply of Pilsner Urquell was not to be for the 1995 Open champion. That honor went to England’s Andy Sullivan, who came closest to the mark.
Now, who wants to go watch some golf? (We’ll pass)
So @AndySulliGolf won today's Prague challenge.
— The European Tour (@EuropeanTour) August 16, 2016