Guy Makes An Awesome Beer Pong Golf Shot

AndrewBorys Published August 4, 2015 8,716 Plays

Rumble / Trick ShotsFew party games are so well-known and well-liked as beer pong. This article will go over the basic rules of beer pong and variations on the rules you can include in the game if desired. It is an amazingly created game which is most commonly able to be observed at parties and friendly gatherings looking to become intoxicated. The game consists of four players (two on a team), 12 cups, preferably solo cups, (six for each team), at least an 8ft table, and 2 ping pong balls. The goal is for the two teams to face each other and compete to see who can sink the ping pong balls into the other team's cups.

While technically a drinking game, beer pong requires a great deal of skill and a little luck, and it can be enjoyed by just about anybody of legal age. Talking about skills, Check out this ridiculous golf beer pong trick shot from 'BBsDoingNothing'! Judging by their celebration, it may have taken more than one attempt. They probably got bored from the basic rules of beer pong so they decided to spice up the rules a little bit and include golf clubs. Their skills are mesmerizing to watch!

Enjoy as they juggle ping pong ball using multiple golf clubs, catches it on his neck, and finally switches to a second golf club mid-air before ultimately hitting the ball into the red cup. Simply amazing!

We have all seen random people dribbling a soccer ball, it is a no big deal. There are lots of videos out there to support this claim, but not that often we have seen someone dribbling a ping-pong ball using golf clubs.
Dribbling a ball allows you to move the ball around the field without losing possession. But in order for you to bounce the tiny ping pong ball, you need golf clubs and a big talent.

, The 21-year-old from Calgary, Andrew Borys is unstoppable when it comes to beer pong! Borys started recording his beer pong skills six years ago as he wanted to boost his confidence. Andrew wants to be a comedian and have a successful career.
"I started making these videos because I was really shy and quite reserved, but I always thought it would have been really cool to be on TV," he said. "I started making these videos to put myself out there, without actually having to put myself out there."

If you also considering about getting into the sport, Andrew has some pretty cool advice for you.

He says: "Hold the ball between your middle finger and thumb, have a clear cup you want to aim at, and I like to make sure there's a bit of water on my fingers so I can have a bit more grip with the ball."

Andrew who is also a marketing student will most likely make less beer pong recordings once he branches into comic drama. Be that as it may, he's as yet thankful for how much certainty they've brought him. Good luck!