HP Byron Nelson Championship Giveaway
By mustang6560 on 5/17/12
I thought about not featuring a FREE oobgolf giveaway for the HP Byron Nelson Championship. But, I could not resist the urge to give the best users on the Internet the chance to win FREE golf gear.

HP Byron Nelson Championship Leaderboard

Up for grabs is a Goose Golf Towel, courtesy of Goose Golf. To enter the giveaway, simply answer the following question in the comments section below.

What is your idea of the perfect way to celebrate your birthday (golf related of course)?

All comments posted by 11:59 p.m. Sunday, May 20, 2012 will count in the random drawing. You can leave as many comments as you want, however, only your first comment will count as entry.

** Giveaway is open to all legal US residents 18 years or older. No purchase necessary. A winner will be announced the week of May 13, 2012 on oobgolf.com. Tax expenses are not included. You have the right to refuse the prize. In case of prize refusal a series of new entrants will be picked until the prize is accepted. Odds of winning based on number of entries. Void where prohibited. For a list of winners, click here.

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bcrosby007 says:
36 holes with lunch in between and drinks after.
birdieXris says:
2nd that @bcrosby007
ppinkert says:
I don’t acknowledge having a birthday. There is no way to celebrate a day that I considered never happened.
Blakevt says:
@bcrosby007 said it all
GolferAnt says:
go golfing
rschmie says:
36 holes with good friends. Lunch in between of course, and then later that evening, big juicy porterhouse steaks on the grill with cocktails, as we watch the sun go down over the most distant hole.
madmx99 says:
Play 36 at a "bucket list" course, so you can get over the awe of the first 18 in somewhere like Vegas. Then enjoy some "entertainment" that is your choice for the evening. I'll leave it up to each individual with that one.
Banker85 says:
my birthday is in January and no golfing in chicago in January. SO a trip to Flordia and 36 holes with lunch in between and drinks all day.
BAKE_DAWG40 says:
Yeah, the only way I can top that is 36, lunch between, drinks and some nookey after.
bobhooe says:
mjaber says:
18 at my favorite local course, and then picking up my daughter early from daycare and spending the afternoon playing on the new swingset in the backyard.
mschad says:
18 with my 3 sons. What could be better.
cvargo says:
Birthday is in January (Trip to Hawaii golfing with the guys would be awesome)

P.S. I need a new goose golf towel, I just moved into a new house, and my stupid brother in-law ripped my towel while bringing golf clubs inside.
dottomm says:
I celebrate my birthday for 7 days every year. So naturally I'd say 252 holes of golf with my buddies. Drinks the whole time.
SD Charlie says:
I'd have to say getting together with my twin brother (he's in MI, I'm in CA). Catching up over a couple Leinenkugel's Summer Shandy beers while playing some mediocre golf, with a few amazing shots mixed in. High fives ensue. Cap it all with a few (dozen) more beers and that would be a pretty kickass birthday.
bducharm says:
Would have to be 36 holes, first 18 at Pebble, second at Cypress!!!
aaronm04 says:
18 holes at Augusta with Charles Barkley and Bill Murray. With those two, I'll be guaranteed to laugh and won't have the worst score of the group.
Geoffre14 says:
Yes def 36 holes.
SteveMM says:
I have to agree with the "36 holes, lunch in between, and drinks after" idea. Sounds perfect! I don't even care if it's a top of the line course, either!
jkyleolson says:
Virtuaframax says:
36 holes with scores in the low 80s with my friends...
theghost25 says:
A day with my best golf friends followed by an emergency 18 the morning after!
JPinMI says:
My b-day is in March and there's little hope for golf in Michigan (except for this year) so I'd do a road trip to Florida, Arizona or SoCal with my bro, uncle and cousin. We'd play 18 in the morning at a really nice course followed by lunch and a beer. Then another 18 at a different high-end course. Finish off the day with nice steaks, several more cold brews and a good cigar.
bkuehn1952 says:
A number of places around my home give you a free 18 holes on your birthday (or so-called half birthday for those born October to March). So I already have the perfect set-up: free golf.
spackler455db says:
A hole in one. That would be the best golf related thing that could happen to me.
mmontisano says:
i'm only responding so i have a chance to win the towel, but really, the first post nailed it. the rest of us are just saying the same thing.
lud5380 says:
golf then beverages
Trip says:
Unwrapping a new driver.
dtak84 says:
36 holes with unlimited balls, lunch between. Dad, and 2 good friends rounding out the group.
id3st says:
like how tiger would celebrate. golf all weekend and hook up with a porn star(s). haha. of course, play 9 with wife, then play 18 with the boys, then dinner with the family, then go to sleep. :)
BULL.W.E. says:
Nice Bruins Stanley Cup banner raising!!
Duffer 83 says:
The same way I have every year since I could drive. On the golf course no matter what the weather is like. The only bad thing is if the weather is bad I usually end up playing alone.
snkli says:
My birthday is in Jan so no luck golfing in New England. I would love a new set of sticks though.
viet-cong-ban-nuoc says:
I golf 3 times a week, dinner at a nice restaurant with my wife on my birthday :-D
greendevil says:
My first hole-in-one; or my first round in the 70's. Regardless, if I'm golfing on my birthday, I'll be happy.
glenrich says:
I think it would be cool to play in a Pro-Am.
My b-day is close to the RBC Heritage.
That would be cool.
Maybe I could pick my Pro to play with...
hughesj says:
Hoping the weather is good to me for Sunday's tee time!
brown_317 says:
B-day = May 5th... golf every weekend till next MAY!!!!!
hughesj says:
Best would be playing in a Pro-Am game!
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