Old Dominick to Commemorate Golf Course Renaming With 7-Year-Old Whiskey Release
Old Dominick and the Overton Park Conservancy will belebrate the newly renamed Overton Park 9 golf course with a 7-year-old single barrel wheat whiskey release.
Old Dominick bottled four individual barrels of straight wheat whiskey, aged seven years in a West Tennessee white oak barrel, in celebration of the major renovation of the park’s historic nine-hole golf course.
The commemorative bottle of Huling Station Single Barrel Straight Wheat Whiskey celebrates the 2021 renovation of the Overton Park golf course, spear-headed by King-Collins Golf Course Design, whose flagship project is Sweetens Cove Golf Club located outside of Chattanooga.
The limited release, which features a custom ball marker on the cork, will be available in Memphis-area liquor stores beginning Monday, April 4t, and the suggested retail price is $75.99. A portion of proceeds from this release will be donated to the Overton Park 9 to support the park’s efforts in keeping the public golf course accessible, affordable, and welcoming to all.
Only four individual wheat whiskey barrels (mash bill 83% wheat, 12% corn, 5% malted barley) were bottled, all at cask strength, resulting in a range of proofs- 116.86, 117.77, 118.94, and 119.31.
Attendees of Overton Park Conservancy’s Center of a Century celebration on April 2 will get the chance to preview the limited-edition whiskey before the product hits local shelves.