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New York Golf Center to sell 'Maide Golf' and 'Wolsey'
Aug '14
New York Golf Center, the American retailer that specializes in golf apparels and accessories from international labels, has added two new sportswear brands ‘Maide Golf’ and ‘Wolsey’ to its product folio.

Considered as one of the oldest existing textile companies in the world, Wolsey will offer its new golf clothing designs, created by the Swedish fashion designer J. Lindeberg. The British clothier’s apparels will be available in the New York-based retailer’s stores from sometime in the fall season.

Owned by the menswear label Bonobos, Maide Golf is a contemporary golf apparel brand which is solely built on the ethos of the legendary game and the style of its greatest players. The label is known for its fit, performance and style.

The COO of New York Golf Center, Josh Chervokas, says in a statement, “We're so excited to bring these two brands on board. We're one of the only places you can find them both in the Metropolitan New York area. Our customers are going to love the styles -- no matter their tastes. There's something for everyone.”

The eight-time Golfworld's Top 100 award winner, New York Golf Center is a full service retail golf store. The company operates from three retail destinations in New York City.

Founded in 1775, Wolsey offers men’s clothing and accessories, including a range of knitwear, socks, innerwear and scarves.

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