Your boy Jimmy popped the question to his girl and like it or not, he'll be marching down the aisle in very short order. Now you have one last chance to truly hang without his future wife having any real say in what goes down.
You better do it up big and show Jimmy a good time, because unlike the 150 weekends you guys spent at the local tavern, you will actually remember the time you spent at his bachelor party.
No matter what your age, getting your friends together in one place is rare (or soon will be) and should be considered sacred. The location you choose is of the utmost importance and choosing to pair your trip along with a sporting event is never a bad idea.
Let's face it: You aren't going to travel to Washington D.C. with your boys and check out the Smithsonian.
There are only a few ingredients that make for a great bachelor party: Food, drink, activity (in this case, a sporting event) nightlife, and women (a combination of single ladies for your friends and potential strip clubs if your boy is down for that).
The sporting event doesn't have to be the most amazing event of the year—you don't want it be the star of the weekend. Remember, the whole reason you are getting together in the first place is for Jimmy.
We broke down each city down into the five categories that makes a bachelor party great. We then gave them ratings out of 10; dood, drink, sporting event quality, nightlife, and women on the prowl. We also added a cost factor into the equation—the more $'s the more expensive the experience is.
Here are the top five Sports-Themed Bachelor Party Destinations