Named after the famous golfer (RIP), this drink's so famous that ESPN even produced a short movie about it. This version steps it up a notch with an infused vodka. To make it, simply add 1 tablespoon of black tea leaves -- or 2 tea bags -- to a fifth of vodka, shake to combine, and let steep for at least 3 hours before straining off. Or just mix vodka, lemonade, and iced tea, if you're feeling less fancy.
- 2 ounces tea-infused vodka
- 1 ounce fresh lemon juice
- 1 ounce honey
Add ingredients to a shaker over ice, shake to combine and chill, strain over fresh ice, and enjoy while dressed in appropriately checkered shorts.
Think vodka tonic, but with a spa-water-like twist. This classic cocktail tastes extra-cool when you use a cucumber-lime vodka base and add a bright, crisp burst of lime. It’s a refreshing combo that’s ridiculously easy to make at home with a highball glass and bar cart staples -- an all-around win-win, if you ask us
- 1.5 part cucumber-lime vodka
- 3 parts tonic water
- Squeeze of lime
Pour cucumber-lime vodka into a rocks glass filled with ice. Add tonic water and a squeeze of lime to taste, then garnish with a lime wheel.