Myrtle Beach bartender tees off on golf

August 5, 2014 

Heather McCarthy at Tee Box Tavern in Myrtle Beach. Photo by Mandy Rodgers for Weekly Surge.

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    SIGNATURE DRINK | Oatmeal Cookie shot (Hot Damn!, Butter Shots and Baileys Irish Cream)

BARTENDER | Heather McCarthy, 29

WHERE | Tee Box Tavern

They say smells take you back in time...Where does the smell of oatmeal cookies take you? Christmas back home in Philadelphia. My grandmother makes the best cookies.

Where do your oatmeal cookie shots take you? Passed out on the floor in the bathroom.

What songs take you back to high school? Unfortunately I went to high school during the Boy Band Era...to this day I still feel nostalgic when I hear "Bye, Bye, Bye" on the radio. Then I hate myself for singing along.

Would you go to an ‘N Sync concert tomorrow if no one would find out you attended? Hell yes! Only if Justin was still in the band.

Obviously the full package is best, but if you could only pick one trait, would you rather your man be able to sing, dance or be good looking? Nothing is sexier then a guy that can sing.

What song would you like to be serenaded with? John Legend's “You and I (Nobody in the World).”

What song would be most appropriate for a serenade on a golf course? Anything long and boring; I'm actually not a golf fan, shhhh...

What's your sport of choice? Bar Olympics.

And the bar games you excel in? I'm the master at Power Putt. I'll take anyone on.

So you do like golf...just the electronic form? Yes, and it doesn't take four hours to play.

What would you rather do for four hours? Spending it with my beautiful baby girl.

Does she like oatmeal cookies too? She is like a little ninja, she will try to steal them from you. Unfortunately she is still too young to eat them.

- Mandy Rodgers, for Weekly Surge

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