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Castore launches new golf apparel collection with Gavin Green ahead of the 2023 Masters

Tom Shearsmith
05 April 2023

Premium British sportswear brand Castore has launched a new specialist golf collection to coincide with the 2023 Masters, which begins tomorrow, 6 April.

Created with unique technical fabrics and advanced engineering designed with golfing professionals in mind, the new collection features a total of 62 products, ranging from polo shirts, gilets, tailored shorts, and trousers.

Derived from the concept of ‘Better Never Stops’, the collection supports the players and golfing novices who demand the best and want to unlock greater potential, whether that’s when golfing with friends or hitting that all important birdie on the green.

Each high-quality garment features a smart yet comfortable fit to enhance performance, allowing all to achieve that par-fect swing without limitations.

The business, which mainly sells its products online, is continuing to position itself as an alternative to established sportswear rivals such as Adidas, Nike, and Puma. Castore is already the official technical kit partner of numerous top tier teams and athletes including Rangers FC, Newcastle United, McLaren Racing, England Cricket, US Open Champion Matt Fitzpatrick, and Sir Andy Murray.

The new golf apparel collection launches today in advance of the 2023 Masters which runs from 6-9 April, where the world’s best players will gather for the first major golfing championship of the year.

Castore’s Golf SS23 collection coincides with the brand’s signing of Malaysian two-time Olympian and professional golfer, Gavin Green. As Castore continue global expansion, Green will be showcasing the latest SS23 golf collection during his upcoming fixtures.

According to Sky News, the Andy Murray backed business, which was founded by brothers Phil and Tom Beahon, is working with bankers on plans to secure a significant capital injection.

Castore has reportedly appointed Rothschild to advise it on the process. Initial talks with prospective investors have already begun ahead of a formal process later this year, according to sources.

Castore also recently increased the size of its debt facility from £50m to £75m, giving “additional levels of liquidity” to further support the group’s strategic growth ambitions. The increase has been put in place following continued strong trading for the business and strong forecast growth in 2023.

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