PGA Tour pro has the chance to win fans a boat load of beer

Brooks Koepka has the chance to win fans 95 cases of beer from his sponsor Michelob Ultra. All he needs to do is make an ace this week at The Players Championship.

The only problem here, he’s no Rickie Fowler. Koepka has never hit a hole-in-one on Tour, at least not yet. If you’re willing to bet on him (and you’re 21 or older) you can sign up at roundonbrooks.com for a chance to win a boat load of beer.

Source: Instagram @bkoepka

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If you thought the 95 cases were for everyone that signed up, you’d be wrong. If Koepka makes a hole-in-one this week, those people will EACH get 95 cases of Michelob Ultra over a 4-year period. Because of laws applying to alcohol in many states, the promotion is available to fans in just 23 states.

“That’s a lot of Michelob Ultra. I was thinking 95 cases for all the people that sign up … I can’t even do the math on that one. All I know it’s a lot. If 10,000 people sign up, that’s a lot of Michelob Ultra.”

If 10,000 people sign up, that would be 950,000 cases of beer. If 100,000 people sign up, that’s 9.5 million cases of Ultra. The catch? The chances of Koepka making the ace are 2,750-to-1. So while they aren’t great, it’s still possible.

The good news is, this promotion isn’t just for The Players! Other tournaments in which the promotion is in play are the AT&T Byron Nelson, the Memorial, FedEx St. Jude Classic, Travelers Championship, WGC-Bridgestone Invitational, Northern Trust, Dell Technologies Championship, BMW Championship and the Tour Championship.

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That’s a lot of chances to for people to win a lot of beer. PLUS, every time he makes an eagle at the 10 events, those who signed up will get $10 off when they order Michelob Ultra on Drizly.com.

Brooks Koepka is currently No. 19 in the world, not a bad standing going into The Players, but can he make the ace?

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