Golf Refugees have teamed up with golfer/model Nikki DiSanto and photographer Kevin J Flint to promote a range of t-shirts and polos for women.
Nikki, seen here wearing a carbon neutral organic cotton Maurice tee, said: “I can honestly say, it is the most comfy golf shirt I have ever worn. They are awesome.”
Golf Refugees are a new exciting eco brand from Milton Keynes UK, who prefer to use natural fibres such as organic cotton.
“We select organic cotton certified by The Soil Association, the most respected organic authority in the UK,” states the company’s website, which goes on, “Golf Refugees are the first golf brand to offer a range of carbon neutral apparel. But how can we claim that our shirts are carbon neutral?
“An independent body called The Carbon Trust calculates the carbon footprint of a product from manufacture to the point of delivery.
“Golf Refugees polo shirts & t-shirts are manufactured using renewable energy, not fossil fuel based grid energy. The Carbon Trust has calculated that our shirts have a 90% reduced carbon footprint. These are actual reductions achieved in the manufacturing, without any carbon offsetting.”
Golf Refugees www.golf-refugees.com