It's prom season and that means promposals. Gone are the days of simply asking someone to prom. The new trend is elaborate or creative invitations and one Central New York teen may have one of the most unique. 

AJ Paul is a junior at Camden High, where's he's on the school's golf team. He took his love of the sport and turned it into a way to ask his girlfriend, Kassidy Gloude, to prom this year.

"AJ told her he had something in the car for her," explained Kassidy's mom Colleen Cox Gloude. "When she went out to the car, the box was sitting inside the vehicle."

Prom? was written on the outside of the box. Inside was a bunch of golf balls with a note that read - I finally go the balls to take a swing & ask: Will you par-tee with me at prom?

Credit - Colleen Cox Gloude

"She chuckled and said yes," said Gloude

The couple have been dating for the last 2 years and with the last year being so difficult during the coronavirus pandemic, Gloude said AJ want to do something fun to ask Kassidy to prom. "It was just a cute promposal to make her smile and lift her spirits."

AJ and Kassidy will enjoy prom together Saturday, June 5 at Camden High School, something they and every other teen across the country, missed out on in 2020.

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