Ethan Maddox was launched in late 2016, originally as Urban Golf Style, with casual, golf-themed apparel that attempted to cater to the die-hards and competitive golf fans of the world. Since then, we’ve developed our own private label of polo shirts and shorts that we manufacture in Kansas City, MO.
As the sole founder, I had long desired to create a better-fitting brand of premium, American-made golf apparel. Growing up playing competitive golf in the mid-to-late ‘90’s, there were few options that provided a stylish look to be proud of on the golf course. I wasn’t satisfied with double-pleated cotton shorts, and, with the help of my amazingly talented Mother, would shop local department stores for a pair of suit pants to cut off and hem into shorts that accomplished the look I was going for.
Since that time, golf apparel options have certainly improved, but I still felt the desire to create a better-fitting brand of my own. Alas, Ethan Maddox golf apparel was born. Our line of apparel features classic and sophisticated looks, with a touch of flare, and a more modern, athletic fit that is slimmer than traditional fits, but not what we would describe as “slim.” We utilize state-of-the -art fabrics in all our apparel and take pride in sourcing every component of our products from within the United States. I'm a firm believer that building confidence yields better results on the golf course, and we want to provide you with apparel that fits so great, your confidence will soar, and your scores will fall.
In my spare time, I love keeping my competitive juices flowing on the golf course with friends, and occasionally still try my hand at a few competitive events throughout the year. With the help of my beautiful wife, Heather, we operate Ethan Maddox from our office in Kansas City.
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Aside from supporting our proud nation’s economy and creating jobs here in the good ole’ USA, we also donate a portion of all our proceeds to the Folds of Honor Foundation, providing educational scholarships to spouses and children of America’s fallen and disabled service-members.
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