Holderness & Bourne X Red Clay Soul Father’s Day Giveaway

Alright dads, our day is getting closer.  One of the greatest gifts and responsibilities is to be a father.  It’s a tough job, but also extremely rewarding.  The other day, our oldest son called me his ‘best friend’.  Wow…that was Earth moving.  He turns three this July, and we’re getting him his first set of golf clubs.  It’s never too early.  I expect our youngest boy to follow suite, as he’s completely obsessed with his older brother.

This week, we’re celebrating dads with a giveaway.  In partnership with some of my favorite guys (and dads), Holderness & Bourne and RCS are giving THREE lucky dads a chance to win a white/navy Campbell polo, a Fischer belt in punch, and a crisp white Cocktail Circuit tour visor:

To enter, you must do the following:

You must do all four to be considered.  We’ll run this giveaway through Saturday night at midnight ET, and announce the winners on Sunday the 14th.

Winners will be announced publicly and will be asked to get in touch with H&B via DM for direct prize fulfillment.

Good Luck!

Thanks to Holderness & Bourne for providing the goods for the giveaway.

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  1. 06/08/2020 / 2:47 PM

    My name is the best because he loves nature. We bond really well with nature adventures. Fishing, hiking, and just spontaneous trips up to the mountains!

  2. Pete
    06/08/2020 / 2:49 PM

    Saturday morning flapjacks and bacon with Pops! Can’t beat it.

  3. Neil D Thomson
    06/08/2020 / 2:51 PM

    My Dad (age 75) is the best. As a fellow lefty, he had his old golf clubs cut down for me to learn the Great Game – this was circa 1985 when I was 10 years old. We would go out to CC of Culpeper and play at dusk – usually walking 6 holes, but playing 3 or 4 balls per hole. Fast forward to now, I am close to Dad’s age when he did that (age 44), and I am building my own memories with my 10 year-old son out on the golf course down here in Charleston. You can’t beat it. Only golf!

    • Frank
      06/08/2020 / 5:58 PM

      Being a dad is the best watching your children grow and seeing them truly happy is something that’s impossible to put into words.

  4. Alex Johns
    06/08/2020 / 2:54 PM

    Watching your kids learn something new and the joy they get out of simple things.

    • Will
      06/08/2020 / 4:10 PM

      My dad taught me how to be and think for myself. This has proven to be so valuable as an adult. I hope to do the same for my children one day.

  5. Frank I
    06/08/2020 / 2:54 PM

    My favorite part of being a new dad is getting to share my favorite music, hobbies and food with my little one. Noting is better than dancing on the beach and listening to her infectious laugh.

  6. Justin
    06/08/2020 / 2:54 PM

    Just had my first one a week ago. The best part about being a boy dad is having an excuse to buy more guy stuff!

  7. MRS
    06/08/2020 / 2:55 PM

    sharing with my daughters the same family traditions that my dad shared with me.

  8. Chris Williamson
    06/08/2020 / 2:59 PM

    You couldn’t be more spot on about being a dad — a great gift and responsibility. The best part so far is definitely the shit eating grin my little boy gives me when he knows he’s doing something he shouldn’t. Sure, I shouldn’t laugh at his antics as much as I do sometimes, but I can’t help it.

    He’ll be two in 10 days, and his personality is absolutely blossoming.

  9. Todd
    06/08/2020 / 2:59 PM

    The best part of being a dad is everything, except the lack of sleep.

  10. ILC
    06/08/2020 / 3:07 PM

    Although my Dad and I are in separate states, we always make time for phone calls and yearly golf trips. He has always been my friend but as I get older he is truly becoming my best friend. Assisting from far away with recommendations for my new house, golf game and music and of course constantly teaching when I need help!

  11. Christian
    06/08/2020 / 3:09 PM

    My wife is on maternity leave with our second child so I’ve been coming home for lunch to help out with our two-year-old daughter. Everyday she and the dogs rush the door and she yells DADDY!!!! when I walk in. It’s such a little thing, but no matter what my morning is like, it just makes my day seeing her have so much excitement that I’m back. Whether it’s a week-long business trip or being at the grocery store for an hour nothing beats an excited greeting from your child when you get home!

  12. TSB
    06/08/2020 / 3:29 PM

    My dad is the best because he taught me everything I know about hard work and being a gentlemen. He also brought me the love of ice cold Miller lite.

  13. Andrew Madden
    06/08/2020 / 3:30 PM

    The best part about being a dad, and the most challenging, is trying to love my kids and teach them so they grow up to be better adults than me. That’s what we’re doing as parents- raising our kids to be awesome adults.

  14. Matt
    06/08/2020 / 3:41 PM

    the best part about being a dad is watching your kids grow up. one minute they’re born and, what seems like a minute later, they’re starting kindergarten. my oldest son calls me his “best buddy”. my daughter always says “dad, it’s a great day for 36” when it’s sunny outside. and my youngest son is about to start walking. life is good!

  15. Sean Pentz
    06/08/2020 / 4:06 PM

    Cuddling watching old school movies with my daughters for sure.

  16. 06/08/2020 / 4:32 PM

    Best thing about my dad is the model for unselfishness and hard work he instilled. Best thing about being a dad sometime in the future is watching friends grow through the process and learn together how to be the best we can all be.

  17. Charlie Ramsay
    06/08/2020 / 5:11 PM

    Best part about being a dad is coming through the door after a long day of work to my 3 little girls running up to greet me and share tales of the day. They give me a burst of energy that I desperately need! They are my world!

  18. ACM
    06/08/2020 / 5:38 PM

    I’m going to be a dad within the next 40 days so I’ll guess that the best part of being a dad will be everything, watching him grow, walking in the door to see him after a long day and having a purpose to live my best so I can hopefully lead him to do the same for himself. I really can’t wait to meet my son.

  19. Ryan Ariail
    06/08/2020 / 7:41 PM

    The best part of being a dad is the love I have for my sons that isn’t built on materialistic joy but unconditional affection. They opportunities to bond through sports, hunting, fishing, and love for their mother. I love the opportunity to raise my children to glorify God, love BBQ, and respect their mother. There is no better feeling than being a dad.

  20. Dexter
    06/08/2020 / 8:51 PM

    Definitely teaching him all the in’s and outs of being a man and watching him put it all into practice. It makes me proud every single day when I wake up and when I lay down to sleep. Perhaps with a bourbon in hand.

  21. Alex
    06/08/2020 / 9:21 PM

    For me, it’s the simple things. Spending time together as a family and seeing your kids laugh and smile; doesn’t get any better.

  22. Donald hughes
    06/08/2020 / 9:40 PM

    The best has been being retired at 54 and being able to spend time with my boys. Now that they are on to other things we still try to go golfing when ever possible.

  23. JRICH
    06/08/2020 / 10:45 PM

    That’s a lot of requirements for busy dads to enter, how about just a comment like it used to be? Fatherhood is love, plain and simple. I know I won’t win because I’m only commenting but I still want to say thanks to all of the fathers out there

  24. 06/09/2020 / 5:39 AM

    The best part of being a dad is the look on my daughters face every time she sees me walk in the door from work.

  25. Kyle Pope
    06/09/2020 / 9:35 AM

    Best part of being a dad…..that look in my daughters eye knowing you’re the most important thing in her life….and the responsibility that comes with that!

  26. Ben
    06/09/2020 / 10:51 AM

    Walking in the woods with the boys.

  27. John Lawton
    06/09/2020 / 11:18 AM

    The best part of being a dad is spending time, sharing traditions, & teaching your kids. Although you always fear you’re going to fail, it seems you somehow succeeded when you see them acting and living the way you always dreamed they would. Always Proud!

  28. AJS
    06/09/2020 / 2:18 PM

    All my life lessons were taught by the old guy, and can’t wait to pass them down to our (future) kids. In the meantime, we’ll continue to build memories on the course, relaxing on the water, and grilling.

  29. W
    06/10/2020 / 3:13 PM

    My dad is the hardest working person I know… and I’d like to say I picked it up from simply observing him. Hope I’m able to do the same for my kids.

  30. DLH
    06/11/2020 / 1:20 PM

    New first time dad, but the best so far has been seeing my baby girl’s face light up when I see her first thing in the morning and when getting home from work. 3 months in and ruined for life…

  31. John T.
    06/12/2020 / 3:14 PM

    Best memory of my daddy is a conglomeration. My dad has a job where he would ride around Florida and look at citrus fruit to buy for juice plants and packing houses. From the time I can remember, if I wasn’t in school I was riding with dad. Asking him questions. Watching him work, the way he did his work, and helping him count trees with his “clicker” that I still keep in my office. I’d se show he treat people, haggle over prices, and make deals with hand shakes – worth more than the printed contracts ever would be. Then we’d eat lunch at the best back road bbq, fried fish joint, or country cooking/soul food joints around.
    He gave me appreciation that all for business had was my word and credit – sort of the same thing. On top of all the other things he taught me that I’m only realizing now 30+ years later. I’d give anything to ride around with him again, and I’ll miss him and those rides as long as I live.

  32. Charlie Martin
    06/13/2020 / 8:09 PM

    Checking back in – my dad is still a bad ass, and still loves some John Prine. Happy Saturday, folks!

  33. R. Anderson
    06/13/2020 / 9:20 PM

    I have two sons just a bit old than yours. 4 and 2 this month. The best part of being a dad is when they run and jump on you for a hug, or when they imitate you and say how they want to be just like you when they grow up. Anytime spent with my boys is cherished!!

    It’s been great reading the other comments. Good dads are worth their weight in gold.

  34. JB
    06/15/2020 / 10:23 AM

    With two young sons of my own (older is 2, younger is 7 weeks!), I’m excited to teach them my passion for golf, which has enveloped me largely without the influence of my dad, a true legend in his own right, but not a golfer. The game of golf and a parent spending time with their young kids in this pursuit, that’s what it’s all about. And I’ll confess to a healthy amount of wishing that my dad played, if only so now at age 35, we could spend quality time on trips, playing golf around the country and world – that’s what I’ll aspire to do with my boys, if I’m so lucky!

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