Issue 20 - Hello Friends, it's Masters Time!

Issue 20 - Hello Friends, it's Masters Time!

Hello, friends. Welcome to a Breakfast Balls unlike any other. 

 This week we've got Georgia on our minds as Day 2 at the Masters jumps off. It's soggy, it's sloppy, it's the f***in Masters in November!—and we're here for it.


Whatever the reason...

AUGUSTA JUST HITS DIFFERENT

Seriously, name a price. We'll fire up the Kickstarter. 


IT DON'T MATTER HOW YOU GET THERE

On Tuesday, Rahm-er celebrated his birthday on the hallowed grounds. 

 For our bday, we usually hope for like a free side of guac from Chipotle or something... but a hole-in-one skipped across a pond is nice too. 


JAPANESE-MEXICAN FUSION: THE TIGER WAY

The GOAT's Masters Dinner menu hit 'em with sushi as the app, sizzlin' fajitas as the main and don't sleep on the sopapilla deserts...  

 Though the most savage Masters dinner of all time goes to Canadian Mike Weir (of the House Baratheon) in 1999—serving up elk, wild boar and arctic char. 


TL;DR—Your Weekend Read

WE'VE GOT A HOSTAGE SITUATION... 

IN THE PRO SHOP

The year? 1983. 

The location? Augusta National. 

 The situation? The Gipper shanking his way around the course as his political strategist gets HELD UP AT GUNPOINT in the Augusta pro shop!


THE AIRBNB OF OUR DREAMS

Welcome to The Crow's Nest.

 A 1200 square foot residence located above the Augusta clubhouse for amateurs to stay in. Previous residents? Tiger. Jack. Phil. Three's company indeed. 

 Bad Birdies, in the crow’s nest? That’s just synergy in the animal kingdom, baby.


WELCOME TO DJ'S DREAMLAND

DJ: “My favorite thing about the Masters is the sandwiches...”

Interviewer: "Which sandwich?"

 DJ: “All of them.”

We may have gone a sliiightly different route… but fair 'nuff.


IS THIS GOLF'S WORST DOG?

Bad Birdie TV's DOGS AT THE TURN scrapes the bottom of golf's hot dog bin with an entry generously described as "gelatinous." 


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