DeMarcus Ware has had quite the eventful 2016. It started with a Super Bowl ring, which was followed by the restructuring of his contract to remain with the Broncos. Now, he's vacationing in New Zealand, and it looks like he's having a blast.

His latest adventure took him to the top of a mountain via helicopter, where he drove a golf ball off of it. Ware claims he's ready for the Masters, even though his swing could certainly improve.

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Just two days ago, Ware played Jack's Point in Queenstown, which featured some incredible views of the New Zealand landscape.

Close but no cigar

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In addition to riding helicopters and playing golf, Ware has gone on a safari, too.

Nomad Safaris

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All of this has come just over a month after Ware adventured to South Africa, where he experienced many of the same things. Needless to say, the 33-year-old linebacker is enjoying his offseason more than most players.

It hasn't been without work, though. Ware hasn't skipped out on hitting the gym despite being out of the country.