The Irish & the Scots have always been good at blending things like Golf & Whisky. Golf appears throughout the whisky world time & again, creating a special niche in collecting.
Various brands like to connect themselves to the heritage of Whisky.
McGibbons Scotch whisky comes in ceramic golf bags. Johnnie Walker is known for sponsoring Golf Tournaments. Gleneagles Hotel & Golf Course, owned by Diageo hosted the famous Ryder Cup. Old St. Andrews connects a golf course with a golf ball filled with whisky under the same brand name. Islay Malt Bunnahabhain produced a series called Links. They come in collectible tins depicting famous Scottish golf courses. Jameson supplies Golf Balls with its logo.
Golf club shaped decanters, St. Andrews Golf Balls, The Glenlivet tins, give a shout out to the timeless game. One thing that has been established is the fact that Golf is the perfect accompaniment to Whisky.
Today, the convergence of golf and Scotch creates an experience that is cool, fresh, rugged, outdoorsy, and just downright fun.