I don't need to make it out to any celebrity golf tournament, but I simply must attend one thrown by Jared Allen at some point in my life.
Every last charity golf tournament is essentially the same: An athlete or celebrity puts on a tourney that may feature some giggles and is guaranteed to be filled with poorly played golf.
It's all fun and games.
However, the Vikings' defensive end throws a party where a golf tournament should be. This thing is completely nuts, and I want to be a part.
The tournament is all for Allen's charity, Homes for Wounded Warriors, which provides financial assistance and support to military vets.
Allen decides to think way outside of the box and invites a couple of Jackasses to the party. Johnny Knoxville and Jason "Wee-Man" Acuna seem at home as a 280-foot slip and slide is rolled out onto the driving range.
The three then take turns trying to set the mark as farthest slide.
When the fun there ends, it's time to golf. This is one course that is not likely to give twilight discounts.
Golfers are armed with glow-in-the-dark golf balls that look just sick coming off the driver. Each hole is equipped with a drill sergeant who barks orders and tries to ruin your swing.
It's boot camp that looks like fun and is all for a good cause.
Yes, I simply must take part at some point.
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