Quagmire Golf signs Weibring, Grace and Price to endorsement deals

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TORONTO -- Quagmire, a lifestyle apparel company known for its edgy, modern golfwear and sportswear, has added touring professionals Matt Weibring, Branden Grace and Aron Price to its roster of international players that endorse the brand's combination of sport- and street-inspired fashions.

The men will sport the line's distinctive apparel and logo during all on-course activities, further enhancing Quagmire's profile as it expands its distribution throughout North America and Europe.

"These guys are some of the best up-and-coming talent on tour, and have a fresh, fun approach to what they wear," said Quagmire Co-founder Geoff Tait. "They're a perfect fit with our comfortable, casual styling and we're looking forward to helping them get noticed on the course as much for their clothes as their games."

"Quagmire is a really fun brand and it's easy to have a good time while wearing it," adds Weibring, who recorded six top-25 finishes on the PGA Tour in 2009. "The pieces are easy to wear and different than the other brands out there, while still offering all the standard technical features."

Designed to transition seamlessly from the 18th green to 19th hole and beyond, Quagmire's latest looks feature an array of bright and pastel hues, cut-and-sew detailing and unique logo and pocket placement. Emphasizing its light-hearted approach to fashion, the brand's polos, sweaters, shorts, pants and outerwear include style names like "Duffer," "Pondskipper" and "Choke."

The pieces in the new collection retail from $65 for some tops to $79 for select outwear.