Coopers Brewery in Australia has a 3-hole golf course for employees
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Coopers Brewery in Australia has a 3-hole golf course for employees

There's a lot of crossover between golf and brewing.

As hobbies, they're both something people do for fun, but that can turn into a problem. They're often done in tandem.

As jobs, people outside those industries often falsely assume that we do no actual work, but just use it as an excuse to inexplicably get paid to peddle fun. Believe it or not, most people in golf -- even those guys who report on equipment and travel -- don't play as often as you think.

But one Aussie brewer has made sure its employees have plenty of access to golf, and now I want to move to Australia.

Coopers Brewery, located in Regency Park, South Australia, has a three-hole course just outside of its factory walls, perfect for employees to use when they need to take a break. A Reddit user shared information about the course, saying there are two par 3s and a par 4. No one can use a club bigger than a 6-iron because of its proximity to the road. The course record is 7, and there's never been an ace.

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