This year's Ladies European Tour reaches its exciting conclusion at the weekend, with many of the world’s leading female golfers - including Michelle Wie, Lexi Thompson and Melissa Reid - competing in the Omega Dubai Masters.

For next season, Golf Refugees will be offering tour players the opportunity to wear our unique, ethically-made organic polo shirts.

All you need to do is contact Golf Refugees and we'll help you to select the correct size of shirt and send you a palette of 16 colours to choose from. Your shirts can be plain or incorporate a pattern, such as stripes. We will custom design your organic polo shirts with you. The shirts will be hand-dyed in the UK.

What’s the catch?

You have to be playing on a recognised tour and order a minimum of four ethically-made organic polo shirts per colour. Sizes of the shirts can vary along with your chosen patterns. Cost per four organic polo shirts: £50 or 60 euros excluding delivery.

Why we are doing this?

Golf Refugees are not making any profit with our ‘Girls on Tour’ project. We just want to see more tour players wearing ethically-made golf apparel.

You may be aware of recent Greenpeace reports stating that leading sportswear brands refuse to pay a living wage to their young female textile workers. And that their factories, usually based in Asia, pollute local rivers and still use banned chemicals including nonylphenal ethoxylates (NPE’s) which can cause hormonal disruptions in workers and wearers of the garments by mimicking the female hormone oestrogen.

Golf Refugees organic, carbon neutral golf shirts are certified by The Soil Association and audited by The Carbon Trust.



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