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    Andy Pope wins 1st Stage Web.com Event

    QED Style team member Andy Pope completed the first stage of the 2013 Web.com qualifying with a victory at Glasslands Golf and Country Club. Andy's final round 66 was key to his -14 finish and 1 stroke victory over Rhys Davies. Final results can be found here.

    Qualifying for the Web.com Tour is based on three stages that will conclude Dec. 12-17 at PGA West in La Quinta, Calif. on the Stadium and Nicklaus Courses. All players who make the Final Stage will have access to the Web.com Tour in 2014, with priority given bases on the PGA West results.

    In 2013 Andy Pope competed in 15 Web.com events. His 8 made cuts were highlighted by a 16th place finish at the Utah Championship where he was joined by fellow QED Team Members Dusty Fielding and Clay Odgen who also made the cut.

    Second Stage qualifying will begin in mid November in Texas and California.

    QED outfits Utah Governor's Cup Amateurs

    QED Style was pleased to outfit the Amateur team competing in the annual Utah Governor's Cup. This Ryder Cup type format is played each year and pits top Utah Professionals against leading Utah Amateurs. While the Pros have held a 21-5-2 all time record, it was the Amateur team who were the defending champions.

    Despite being tied 4-4 in the morning sessions, the Pros took control in the afternoon and ultimately regained the Cup by a 20-12 margin.

    The Amateurs pictured below are wearing white QED Style Francis Polos. The Francis Polo is made from 95% cotton, 5% spandex and feature two breast pockets with pearl snaps. While maintaining our traditional western look, the Francis Polo is equally fashionable on the town as on the course.

    The Go-To Shirt

    No matter how many shirts you own, we all have a go-to shirt for every occasion. The go-to dress shirt, the go-to golf shirt and the go-to tee shirt. But what exactly is a go-to shirt? It is the one that when in a moment of hesitation you know you can pull down, put on, and feel great. While go-to shirts rotate over time, a good one will have a solid life span. Maybe it’s the Van Halen concert shirt or the polo you picked up at Pinehurst #2, but either way you know it’s money.

    As a lifelong fashion slacker, my go-to shirts have included a tee shirt from my favorite watering hole, a golf shirt I picked up at the Masters and a Faconnable dress shirt my wife found at a thrift store (but no one is ever the wiser). However, since I began writing a golf blog a few years ago, my shirt selection has gone through a Jessica Simpson-like increase in size. Hence, I have ditched all of my go-to shirts for new models.

    In complete honesty, I can say QED now totally dominates my go-to shirt collection. On the golf side, the Logan Polo gets the pole position for any big round I am playing. It is straight up money. Ridiculously comfortable, perfectly tailored and completely unique. Seriously, I have 45 really nice golf shirts, and I reach for the Logan every time I can.

    As a general rule, I probably put on a QED Francis polo 2-3 days a week. I have about 5 that are logoed with Three Guys Golf so it is my defacto uniform. I love the cotton feel and the fact I don’t have to iron them (I don’t do well with irons and I am too cheap to dry clean). The Francis is great because it is hip without being out of place in an office. Hence I can go straight from work to catch a beer with my buddies.

    What about shorts and pants? Yep, we all have a pair of those go-to’s as well and currently my QED Alpine shorts and Park City Trousers are in that mix but we will hit that topic another time. Until then, I will keep looking for those red numbers (phone numbers are now a thing of the past).

    By Adam Staelin: Editor: Three Guys Golf

    QED Style Players reach the Weekend at Utah Open

    Three QED players made the cut at this weeks Web.com Utah Open. Making this more improbable was the fact that Clay Ogden and Zahkai Brown had to qualify for the event earlier in the week. After Thursday's opening round of 73,  Zahkai knew he needed a great round in order make weekend play. With a morning tee time, he went quickly to work and posted a 32 on the front then kept the momentum going with 5 birdies on the back side for a final round of 63.

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    Clay Odgen Qualifies for Web.com Event

    Clay Ogden completed qualifying for this weeks Web.com event in his home state of Utah. Qualifying for the event is never easy with over 150 pros vying for just 12 spots. After shooting a 65, Clay went on to make a birdie on the 2nd playoff hole to ultimately secure his place.

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