On a mission to push the boundaries of traditional golf apparel.

MACADE GOLF CONCEPT

It’s about the silence of those crisp early mornings, the buzz when teeing off and the stories swapped at the 19th hole. The frustration and elation, the missed shots, the lost balls, and that moment of perfect contact. All for the love of golf.

 

Macade is a golf apparel concept founded by a group of dedicated sportswear designers and avid golfers. We make clothes for a new generation of golfer. One who wants the same precision engineering and design in their clothes as they expect in their golf clubs.

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Off to a humble start

We started in 2019 by offering a small collection of sleek, well-fitted and thoroughly tested gear to our friends and families. Now, after clothing over 50.000 golfers worldwide, our mission has grown.

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We’re as obsessed with quality as we are with golf

At Macade we are extremely thorough. Developing, testing and releasing one key piece at a time ensures that the quality of our products is maintained to our customers high standards. We take great pride in sourcing the most technical materials and crafting innovative designs, ultimately marrying up top functionality with modern styles.

Tour Team

Macade Golf Family

Garrick Higgo

1 x PGA Tour Winner

3 x European Tour Winner

 

Earlier this year Garrick won the Palmetto Championship at Congaree by one stroke in his second career PGA Tour start at the age of 22 years. He became the first player to win in his first or second career start on Tour since Jim Benepe at the 1988 BMW Championship.

Garrick's outfits

Filippa Moork

Ladies European Tour Player

 

Joined the Ladies European Tour in 2019 after finishing T7 at Q-School, and played in 14 events making nine cuts. Her best finishes were T12 in the Jabra Ladies Open and T13 in the Lalla Meryem Cup. She finished her rookie season 72nd on the Order of Merit. Filippa also won the Flommen Ladies Open in 2017.

Filippas Outfits

Lucas Bjerregaard

2 x European Tour Winner

 

Lucas has won the Portugal Masters and the Alfred Dunhill Links Trophy on the European Tour. He had previously reached a career high of 43rd in the Official World Golf Rankings and famously, playing in just his eighth PGA Tour start, the world stood up and took note as he knocked out Tiger Woods in the quarter finals of the WGC – Dell Technologies Matchplay in 2019

We'd love to hear from you. If you have any questions, feedback, or just want to talk to someone about the struggles of breaking 80 - Contact us at Hello@macadegolf.com or shoot us a DM on Instagram (@macadegolf).

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