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    How to dress like a PGA Pro

    How to dress like a PGA Pro

    The hard truth is that most people are never going to get paid to play golf (unless you count the $10 you took from your buddy last Saturday). Fortunately, that does not mean you cannot look like a pro golfer; ok, dress like a pro golfer. While today’s PGA stars may have bigger biceps and smaller guts than the average weekend hacker, that does not mean they cannot dress for fairway success.

    Looking good on the course starts with great apparel. QED Style is designed for golfers by golfers. Each shirt, sweater or pair of shorts has been created to not only to perform amazingly, but also to reflect an attitude about golf and how it is meant to be played. 

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    8 Great Gifts for a Golfer

    8 Great Gifts for a Golfer

    Choosing the perfect holiday gift for your favorite golfers is never easy, especially when they are enthusiasts who routinely purchase for themselves. Golf is a unique sport that challenges you both physically and mentally.

    Worry no more, we have curated a list of golf gifts that every distinguished golfer will love. From bottle openers, to yardage books to the perfect polo shirt, we have holiday gift ideas that are sure winners for every golfer on your list.

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    Round 2 at Rio!

    Seamus moved up the leaderboard with a fine 67 including a chip-in eagle on 16 in which I dropped the hammer with a fist pump. Disappointing that we bogeyed the shortest hole on the course (17) for the second day in a row and missed a little putt at the last that would of put us at -5 for the tournament, but we accomplished the goal our captain Paul McGinley had for us to be in the top-10 after two days – exactly where we fall.

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    John Rathouz on Day 1 in Rio de Janiero

    Round one of the Olympics is in the books and we shot Even par which was tied for 27th - we didn't shoot ourselves out of the running for the medal but it was a bit disappointing we didn't score better. There was some great energy on the first tee and Seamus and our other two playing partners were introduced and the first few holes were a whirlwind into the wind.

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    QED at the Rio Olympic Games

    QED at the Rio Olympic Games
    I made it to the Olympics six days ago. My name is John Rathouz and I’m a professional golf caddie from Nebraska who got on a plane last Wednesday evening in Omaha, and on Thursday afternoon walked straight into the most incredible sporting spectacle in the world - the Games of the XXXI Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Thank you Seamus Power, my world class boss from Ireland, and thank you destiny. Here are some highlights and insight so far…

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