Quagmire Golf debuts a new line for kids
Do you have a future golf phenom in your family? Or even a budding duffer? I’ve got a 7-year-old son who loves the game and begs me to go along every time I head to the course. He loves everything about the game, from the clubs to the bags, from the balls to the golf carts.
Oh, and of course there’s the sheer joy of hitting a pure tee shot. (He’s got a nice, natural swing and usually hits it straight about 80 yards or so in the air off the tee.)
And now he’s even excited about golf apparel, thanks to Quagmire Golf. Never heard of Quagmire? Well, the Toronto-based company was the featured apparel company at the PGA Tour’s Puerto Rico Open, where the Quagmire Kids line was debuted.
The golf shirts from that line that have earned my son’s undying devotion are the ones made with ColorFusion fabric. When the temperature–either outside temperature or from body heat–hits 68 degrees F (20C), the fabric changes color.
My son loves to put his handprints all over the shirt, and even seeks out big hugs from his mom and me to create new and unique patterns each time.
The new Quagmire Kids items range in price from $25 to $46, and all of them are safe for machine washing and drying.
Quagmire Golf’s new ColorFusion fabric is a big hit in the company’s new Kids line. (Not my son, by the way…but I bet they’d get along famously.)
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