Golf Party is as much a part of PC as chicken nugget day in Ray or our creepy mascot Friar Dom. It’s the one day a semester where the entire student body is guaranteed to look put together before noon on a Saturday, which is basically unheard of on any other weekend ever.
So bring on the Lilly and the pastels, and get ready to be preppy AF.
When you wake up and remember that it's finally Golf Party day ...
... and all of your roomies are hyped AF even though it's before 10 a.m. on a Saturday.
Despite the excitement, unless you're among the select few who've had their outfit planned out for weeks, you have the moment of pure panic where you have absolutely NO idea what to wear. So, you throw on the first few pastel patterned articles of clothing you find in your closet and pray that it works.
But don't worry, because soon enough you FIO, and you're feeling pretty preppy and ready to roll out.
But when you realize your whole squad isn't ready yet, and it's still pretty early, you just hang around waiting for the festivities to start while looking equal parts casual and fabulous.
After a few rounds, the time has finally come, your whole crew is looking fresh to death, and you're ready to take on the day.
So you stroll down Eaton Street to the first house and notice that everyone is wearing the same Lilly dress/pastel shorts/hair bow combination, and all you can think is, Wow how original. (Even though you're probably wearing something similar.)
But when you get to the first house you're equal parts overwhelmed by all the people and excited to be there, so it's all OK.
Of course you need AT LEAST one good squad picture while you're all out, and since no one is put together enough to be entrusted with your phone, you settle for the classic group selfie.
And sometimes you feel the need for the much beloved "I vaguely know you from that one class we had together last year let's take a selfie!" selfie
Sadly, Golf Party can't last forever, and eventually it's time to go home. But, of course, you guys are still up for a good time, so arriving home after the fun has come to an end usually goes little something like this ...
... and the party continues well into the night
But waking up the next morning usually feels a little something like this...
And rehashing the events of Golf Party the next morning with your friends usually go a little something like this ...
And to anyone who didn't appreciate your 200-second long Snapchat story full of shenanigans and tomfoolery, all you have to say to them is ...