Our aim is to provide affordable, stylish, quality clothing garments that can be worn for a multitude of purposes be that for sport or social occasions.
We are a family business that like most families up and down the country are sports mad and like to have fun and socialise. It was on a very rainy day in a Clubhouse in the UK, preparing to play, that one of the co-founders of the business realised that they were ill equipped to combat the heavy rain that was set for the next four hours. Seeing that there was a 25% discount in the Club Shop, the decision was taken to buy clothing. We quickly noticed that the golf apparel on show looked mundane, and was generally too expensive for the social golfer or younger players. This conceived the idea of an affordable, stylish range of athleisure wear that could be used for a range of activities. Not just sports but also for the bar, bbq and social events.
We are very fortunate to be advised by Tony Q’aja, an icon in the golf fashion world who has styled some of the top sports people in the world.
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OUR CHOSEN CHARITY - The Eden Dora Trust for Children with Encephalitis
Some years ago, our co-founder was approached by the VP OF Oldham Athletic FC and asked if he would become a Patron of the Eden Dora Trust Charity. His daughter at 6 years old, had suffered from encephalitis, an acquired brain injury which has a high infant mortality rate. Fortunately, she survived but has lifelong lasting complications. The Trust helps make life better and easier for children and families affected by childhood Encephalitis, with support, information, research and rehabilitation. The Charity raises funds for research into this devastating illness and by doing this they are able to save more lives and reduce the severity of ABI. The Eden Dora Trust is the only Charity in the UK dedicated solely to children who suffer from this illness that anyone can get at any time.
To get involved or donate please visit www.edendoratrust.org.
Every year Off The Tee Ltd will donate 5% of profit to this charity.