Posts Tagged ‘women’s golf caps’

All’s Fair In Love And Golf

Monday, January 30th, 2012

Valentine’s Day Gifts For Golfers



It’s almost February, so you know what that means…LEAP YEAR DAY!  Yes, I know that’s not really a thing, and this post is obviously going to be about Valentine’s Day, but I think you should buy all of your loved ones Leap Year gifts, claim you do it every four years year, and then act really hurt when they don’t have anything for you.

But I digress.  We’re talking about Valentine’s Day and possibly golf. 

I think of myself as being pretty good at giving gifts. I listen to what people are interested in and try to get them something that at least tangentially has to do with the their hobbies. And for those relatives who don’t really seem to be on the family tree and only show up for gift giving holidays, I am a big fan of gift cards.

Maybe you’re good at giving gifts.  Or maybe you’re not.  Either way , if your significant other (or mother, or sister, or friend, or whoever your Valentine is this year)is a golfer, consider yourself lucky, at least you have a jumping off point.  However,  you may be at the point in your relationship where you have given every book on golfing, scoured the earth for every golf themed piece of jewelry, and tried really hard to find heart-shaped golf ball until you realized that that just wouldn’t work as balls have to be circular.

So to help you in your search for the perfect Valentine’s Day Golf gift, please look through our Women’s Golf Caps.  We have lots of fun pink caps for Valentine ’s Day!  

Tell us about your Valentine’s Day plans.  Do they involve golf or the more traditional dinner rout?

Golf Inspired Fashion For Spring

Sunday, September 25th, 2011

Golf Attire Not Just On The Greens Anymore


As Marie Claire’s blog reports, golf inspired fashion is going to be hot this spring! Major designers are borrowing from the golf fashion world ranging from golf inspired caps to actual golf bags as must-have accessories this spring.

We think Madcapz women’s golf hats will be the perfect accessory for your spring wardrobe on and off the course!

To read more on how golf fashion is affecting this spring’s runways click on photo:



EWGA Women Golfers and Madcapz Meet in Florida

Friday, April 15th, 2011

Women’s Golf Hats and Women’s Golf Visors Shown at EWGA Marketplace


Madcapz was pleased to attend the EWGA annual conference in Amelia Island, Florida this week. We participated in the EWGA Marketplace and sold our fun colorful women’s golf hats and women’s golf visors. The women golfers attending the conference went crazy for our ladies golf hats and golf visors.

As a licensed vendor of the EWGA, Madcapz offers EWGA logo’d women’s golf hats and women’s golf visors to EWGA members. In addition, all EWGA members receive a special discount towarrds any Madcapz purchase. To see our EWGA logo’d women’s golf hats and visors, click here: EWGA Logo’d women’s golf hats and women’s golf visors.

For more information on the EWGA, please visit their website: EWGA

Madcapz Announces It Is A Licensed Vendor Of The EWGA

Wednesday, February 2nd, 2011

Larchmont, New York (February 1, 2011) – MADCAPZ president and founder Carrie Bell today announced that MADCAPZ has been designated as a licensed vendor of the EWGA (Executive Women’s Golf Association). MADCAPZ manufactures and sells a line of women’s stylish fun and colorful golf headwear. The company will offer EWGA members its’ award winning MADCAPZ women’s caps and visors emblazoned with the EWGA logo, as well as exclusive discounts on all product lines.

Carrie Bell noted, “I’m thrilled that women golfers across the country have embraced MADCAPZ women’s caps and visors as a colorful feminine alternative to more traditional women’s golf headwear. We are so excited to be entering this partnership with the premiere women’s golf association, the EWGA.”

About MADCAPZ: The MADCAPZ brand of fun feminine golf headwear are made specifically for women by a woman. These 100% cotton caps feature a low profile fit that women love, an adjustable strap for easy sizing, and more than 20 colorful prints to choose from. The MADCAPZ lines also include self-fastening visors. MADCAPZ are proudly made in the USA. Retailing from $16.00 to $19.99, the MADCAPZ lines can be found online, as well as at golf retailers, golf pro shops, tennis retailers, hospital gift shops, oncology boutiques and gift shops around the country. MADCAPZ are proudly made in the USA and are now also sold internationally. For more information on MADCAPZ, contact

About The EWGA: Since its founding in 1991 as the Executive Women’s Golf Association, the EWGA has touched the lives of more than 100,000 women, connecting them to learn, play, and enjoy golf for business and fun. The association delivers a wide range of golf, social and networking activities for both new and experienced golfers at chapters throughout the United States and International chapters in Canada.  A welcoming environment, golf education and player development, and organized play programs are part of the many benefits of EWGA membership.

The EWGA is headquartered in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. For more information about the association and its membership, visit

Women’s Golf Apparel Has Come A Long Way

Friday, January 28th, 2011

Today Women’s Golf Accessories Are Fashionable And Fun

Women’s golf apparel and golf accessories have changed dramatically from Babe Didrikson Zaharias’ flat crushed golf hat worn years ago. Today, women’s golf apparel and accessories are fashionable, flirty, and fun to wear.

Women have been playing golf for as long as five hundred years, with Mary, Queen of Scots, having been recorded in history as one of the earliest female golf enthusiasts. While we can only conjecture as to how the earliest women golfers dressed, we do know that women’s golf apparel has evolved quite a bit even over the past seventy years or so when women golfers began to capture the nation’s attention by putting an end to the image of golf as a private preserve for men in the United States.

If pioneer golfer Babe Didrikson Zaharias were to return to a professional or amateur golf tournament of today, she would be completely out of place as far as golf apparel is concerned. Her crushed and flat golf cap has now been replaced by women’s golf hats of all patterns and descriptions, that are similar in shape and appearance to baseball caps and far more comfortable than any women’s hats of her era. Admittedly, and despite her nickname, this multi-talented athlete of old actually eschewed femininity in her behavior and dress, but even a more conformist female golfer would have worn a cap that hardly screamed femininity or fashion. Even her more conformist contemporary, Patty Berg, was photographed wearing a beret, which, while perhaps more feminine than Zaharias’s almost military looking cap, hardly scored much in terms of practicality as it did little to shield her from the sun. Other styles of women’s golf hats from the earliest era of women’s professional golf included shapeless sun hats, again a far cry from the fashionable, attractive and practical women’s golf hats and visors worn by professionals and amateurs today. As for other aspects of women’s golf apparel, it was based around a skirt or dress and often included a cardigan sweater, and it was only during the 1960’s when, following street hemline trends, shorter skirts began to appear on the golf course.

It was indeed during the 1960’s and 1970’s that today’s unmistakably feminine colors and practical, comfortable styles of women’s golf apparel and golf accessories began to appear on golf courses. Nancy Lopez was known for sporting an easily recognizable red golf visor, which while wider and not as refined as today’s visors, was certainly a far cry from the hats of two decades earlier, to say nothing of the flowered visors that were worn by British golfers at the beginning of the 1900’s (such flowered visors were featured by the renowned Thomas Burberry, whose signature plaid began its appearance on the golf course). Golf shorts would soon become a staple of women’s golf apparel, and women’s golf accessories would retain their femininity while reflecting the trend toward female equality and self-expression that manifested itself in all aspects of a woman’s life, from music and fashion to career and education, during that exciting and groundbreaking era.

The women’s golf apparel of today is fashionable and reflects the image of golf as a pastime for modern and trendy women. It mirrors trends of comfort and femininity for sports apparel in general, with women’s golf hats and women’s golf visors now available in a range of patterns that are made available by major sporting goods manufacturers as well as by specialty golf hats and visors manufacturers and retailers. For today’s women, golf apparel can easily be worn while relaxing after a game, or while exercising to get ready for an afternoon of golf. It is comfortably feminine in an athletic way, and has indeed come a long way from the often restricting golf skirts and shapeless women’s golf hats of old.