How to Win St. Patrick’s Day – a Golfer’s Guide to St. Paddy’s Day

One of our favorite holidays is coming up – St. Patrick’s Day! We love this holiday where the Irish and Irish-at-Heart celebrate with dancing, parades, delicious Irish food & drink, and a whole lotta green.

So how can you win St. Patrick’s Day this year as a golfer? We’re here to help.

What to wear


Oh yes. Trust us, go out on the course in these digs, and you’ll be ready to win the links. Choose from these or even more shamrock-filled options at


Have you ever wondered what it would be like to wear the illustrious Green Jacket of golf? Well if you have $149.95, you can get a two-fer on St. Patrick’s Day. Purchase a replica green jacket, and don’t let anyone pinch you from your Augusta dreams.


For the ladies, keep your feet warm and fashionable with these Ladies Irish Socks with Green Shamrocks.


I think the photo is enough to prove that with this St. Paddy’s Day Plaid Irish Hat, you will feel like a winner on the golf course, and afterwards – when you go for a post-round celebratory drink.

Tools of your trade


Swing for your own personal pot ‘o gold with this snazzy shamrock golf driver decal. The Luck of the Irish be with all your shots!


It’s all about the putt with this limited edition Rory McIlroy putter. What better way to celebrate Northern Ireland’s favorite golfing son and brush up on your putting!


Cover your clubs for good luck with this shamrock head cover from MD Golf.

What to eat & drink


Get your sugar rush on before you head to the course on St. Patrick’s Day, with these green golf cupcakes.


On the go? Grab some plaid green cookies to hold you over until The Turn.


Don’t like Guinness and had enough dyed green beer? Try these St. Patrick’s Day Mint Schnapps shakes instead!

There’s always Guinness and green beer too…

Where to go

So it’s St. Patrick’s Day and you want to golf, eat, drink & be merry? Here are our suggestions for how to win the day!

Browns Mills Golf Course will be hosting some St. Paddy’s Day golf specials, and a great deal on St. Patrick’s Day hats in the Clubhouse (while supplies last).

Multiple Clubs, including Los Coyotes and Brookstone, are hosting special St. Patrick’s Day dinners. Check out their Facebook pages for more details and the menu line-ups.

Several public golf courses, including Lakewood Country Club, Knollwood Country Club, Bobby Jones Golf Course, and Brookside Golf Club, are hosting St. Patrick’s Day golf tournaments, with amenities ranging from whiskey tastings to Irish fare and fun!

For a full list of golf events, visit GOLFZING’s events page, or check out Facebook for your local course’s St. Paddy’s Day happenings!

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