Gone are the days of bachelor parties being a wild throwdown of drinking, debauchery, and scantily clad women. Although there may be pretty ladies to be seen and tasty adult beverages to be had, today's bachelor parties are more about a groom enjoying a mini-vacation with friends and relatives and less of a potential deal-breaker at the altar. Planning a bachelor party can be a fun time, and with a little creativity, can be a memorable occasion for the groom and his attendants.
Golfing seems to be the quintessential guys trip, and a bachelor party is no exception. Form the extravagant, such as an entire weekend at a resort and golf course, to a simple 18 holes and beers on the 19th hole; a golf bachelor party is a relaxing way for the groom and his buddies to talk and have fun. If you're booking a resort stay and you're on a budget, consider a mid-week trip instead of the weekend. You can take advantage of the full-service accommodations, from room service to on-site spa services, too, to unwind after a day on the links.
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