Traditionally On Course:

Among those who consider themselves experts on the subject, there remains serious disagreement as to whether or not the classic recipe includes lime. Even among those who say it does, there is dissent—a wedge or a squeeze? We simply say, it’s up to you.

The Transfusion story

Like anyone who samples this marvelously refreshing cocktail for the first time, you may have questions, such as, “Why have I never heard of this before?”

Golfers everywhere are familiar with this delicious blend of vodka, grape juice and ginger ale — a tasty, clubhouse staple that’s been around forever.

You might then ask, “But why only the clubhouse?” The truth is that country clubs offer the cocktail because they’re known to keep grape juice on hand, while bars and night clubs do not.

Naturally, this leads to the biggest question of all: “Why shouldn’t something this refreshing be readily available everywhere?”

Precisely our thought. So we got to work, and here we are: bringing you a Transfusion that’s ready-to-drink, grab-n’-go, take-it-anywhere, delightful.

History as we know it

Conventional wisdom states that the Transfusion has been around golf clubhouses forever. Not as long as scotch perhaps (another beverage inextricably connected to the game), but a very long time.

Country clubs offer the cocktail because they always keep grape juice on hand, while bars and night clubs do not.

We know that golfers get thirsty, and don’t always want beer. They like to hang out. They hang out in clubhouses. From there, everything just fell into place. The result is a fabulous cocktail that’s been hidden from view and secretly enjoyed by golfers everywhere.

On course goes off-course

Our history is being written right now, and you’re part of it! Premium vodka, concord grape and sparkling ginger ale. Perfectly balanced, beautifully blended and ready to drink wherever good times happen. Because something this good should never be kept a secret.

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Golf is a good walk spoiled.

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