Justin Timberlake Summer Treat: Golfers Got To Taste His Sauza 901 Tequila Lemonade Cocktail
Jul 20, 2015 10:54 PM EDT | By Maria Leonila Masculino
At the American Century Celebrity Golf Tournament in Nevada, Justin Timberlake treated the golfers with the perfect summer drink, a lemonade cocktail with a mix of his Sauza 901 tequila.
People Magazine reports the "Summer Love" singer invited mixologist Eddy Buckingham to use his tequila brand in making the refreshing cocktail called the Sauza 901 Club.
To make a shot, Buckingham poured 1 part of tequila, 2 parts of iced tea, 2 parts of lemonade, and ¼ part agave syrup, garnished with lemon wedges and mint leaves.
"Yes. I will have another. @Sauza901," Timberlake tweeted on July 17.
— Justin Timberlake (@jtimberlake) July 17, 2015
Last month, he also hosted a nine-hole golf tournament and tequila tasting at Lakeside Golf Club in Los Angeles.
Our founder @jtimberlake on the lime rumors. #NoLimesNeeded https://t.co/iscchERkxV — Sauza 901 (@Sauza901) May 4, 2015
The musician, actor, entrepreneur and now athlete sure knows how to have fun. On Friday, he joined Alfonso Ribeiro in doing The Carlton Dance after the Prince of Bel-Air actor had a bad putt.
Timberlake cheered him up by busting the classic move with him that seemed to make the little upset actor feel like they were there to have a great time.
Ribeiro posted on Instagram on Wednesday that he was having fun golfing with his celebrity friends. "Great day in Tahoe Edgewood with @justintimberlake and Johnathan Thomas of American Century," he wrote.
A photo posted by Alfonso Ribeiro (@therealalfonsoribeiro) on Jul 15, 2015 at 5:29pm PDT
Timberlake then retweeted a hilarious photo of his playmates carrying him up by his legs saying, "BEST. GOLF. HOLE. EVER."
In his interview with Golf Digest, the "Sexy Back" singer shares what made the game so special for him. "Golf is me and buddies out having a good time, but most of all, golf is about me and my dad. Anytime I think of golf, I think about my dad. He taught me how to hit a golf ball, and he got me playing."