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For the Dad Who Still Hits it Longer Than You:

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You remember Jager, that heavy metal German liqueur you used to rip to shots of in college while the guy down the hall blasted Slayer until the RA imploded. Well, just like you, Jagermeister is all grown up, thanks to their first premium expression, the

Jagermeister Manifest. Coursing with rich notes of star anise, dried fruit, and licorice, Manifest—served chilled and neat—is a big, sophisticated beast, perfect for the big-hitting old man who still blows it 10 yards by you on the reg.

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For the Dad Who Could Use a Little Zen:

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If you’ve ever seen your dad snap a five iron over his knee after the 17th wormburner of the day, then the

Hibiki Japanese Harmony—a tranquil, balanced blend aged in five different cask types—may be just the monk-like mantra you’re looking for. Plus it’s a lot cheaper than anger management classes...

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For the Dad Who Always Gets That Lucky Kick:

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There’s nothing like the luck of the Irish to drive down the ol’ handicap, so if dad is the kind of guy who always seems to be rolling out of bunkers instead of into them,

Bushmills 10-Year-Old Single Malt Irish whiskey is definitely for him. A veritable four-leaf clover in a bottle, the Bushmills 10-year-old is everything you love about Bushmills, only older, rarer, and better (and if that’s not enough, they’re just unveiled a 16-year-old as well).

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For the Dad Who Always Needs a Cigar When He Plays:

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He may not be MJ or even MAJ, but if dad, doctor be damned, still enjoys a stogie while smacking it around Wherever GC, then Islay scotch wizards Bruichladdich have the perfect alternative: The

Octomore 8.4, the world’s most heavily peated scotch clocking in at a whopping 309 parts per million. Just remember to have the fire department on speed dial, because things are going to get seriously smoky.

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For the Dad Who Loves Bird(ie) Hunting:

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If dad wears camo to the course, exclusively listens to Willie's Roadhouse on Sirius XM, and maybe even put Thanksgiving dinner on the table last year, then the

Knob Creek Cask Strength Rye is for him. Aged nine years, bottled uncut at a natural proof of 119.6, and the winner of the "Best Rye Whiskey" at the 2018 San Francisco World Spirits Competition, this is a true alpha expression and the perfect gift for the man that made you one.

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For the Dad That Curses In Spanish After Dunking It In The Water:

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Much like Maker’s Mark and Kentucky, Mexico has no more iconic export than Patrón. From the bubble cork to the green ribbon, everyone knows Patrón Silver, but

Patrón Extra Añejo is truly the pick of the litter, sourced from 100% Weber Blue Agave and aged in American, French, and Hungarian oak barrels for a perfect whiskey alternative. Arriba, indeed.

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For the Dad Who Actually Kind of Likes Ian Poulter:

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The PGA Tour’s resident flashy Brit certainly divides opinion, but as dad always says, if you had a garage full of Ferraris, you’d show it off too. Enter

Brockmans Gin, an atypical London Dry with a flashy modern twist delivered a devilish black bottle with the suggestion that you put blueberries and grapefruit rind in your G&T instead of lime. Blasphemy? Perhaps, then again, look how far that’s gotten Poulter.

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