During senior year, UNC students become prepared for a lot of things — jobs, graduate schools and dressing like a country club mom.
Seniors packed their clubs and donned their visors Thursday for UNC's most official unofficial pre-graduation tradition: Senior Bar Golf. The country club-themed bar crawl has simple rules: Go to as many participating bars as you can and order drinks off of your "scorecard" to get the most negative points possible.
A $2 PBR draft from R&R was a par (zero points), a $4 Tar Heel Shot from La Res was a birdie (negative one) and an $8 Craft Blue Cup from He's Not was an eagle (negative two).
“It feels good, we’ve been to several different places," senior Lauren Clance said. "We’ve been to Carolina Ale House, TOPO and the Library and now here (Linda’s). I’m at seven under right now, winning the PGA tour.”
Senior golfers could also bring along "caddies" — underclassmen who were at least 21 — to finish their drinks for them.