The GrindMarch 31, 2017

7 rules for throwing a Masters party as cool as Snoop Dogg's

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Are you throwing a Masters party this year? The better question is, "why wouldn't you throw one?" Even Snoop Dogg -- yes, Snoop Dogg -- is hosting a celebration in honor of the year's first major championship. So get cracking.

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But before you start planning what you'll serve or who you'll invite (Maybe it's best to leave that guy off the list), here's a set of rules that will help keep your guests happy and make it your best Masters party yet. Dare we say, it might even be as cool as Snoop's shindig. On second thought, that's probably asking too much.


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