We are Toronto-based and globally inspired. Our belief in making golf clothing more accessible to women led us to open Ada’s Golf Boutique.
Our mission is to deliver you high quality, fashionable golf apparel carefully selected for women, by women from brands across North America on one platform.
Our vision is to grow Canada’s female golf community by making fashionable golf clothing accessible to all and supporting other female led golf initiatives.
Ada’s Golf Boutique was founded by a golfer in Toronto, dedicated to bringing you golf apparel that can take you from the course to the office to the beach and beyond! We exist to make our customers search for fashionable, high quality golf apparel easy – because we all know how challenging it is to find golf clothing that can check all our boxes (and there are a lot of boxes)!
Mackenzie is a loving daughter and sibling to an incredible family. She spent some time in sales and events in the corporate sector for the better part of three years. Although she loved it dearly, she felt the need to expand her knowledge of Marketing and head back to school. After internships with the PGA of Canada and Wasserman, she spotted the gap in the women’s golf market, and the rest is history!
From buying, to managing books, to coming up with creative marketing campaigns, Mackenzie has enjoyed every moment of making Ada’s Golf Boutique a reality. Ada’s Golf Boutique has allowed Mackenzie to channel her innovative side and celebrate women.
1. Her go to golf outfit is a flirty skort paired with a sleeveless top.
2. Her favourite part about golfing is being with family and friends.
3. She has golfed for over 17 years!
The Great, Great Aunt / Inspo*
Ada Mackenzie (1891 – 1973) is not just an incredible female Canadian golfer who won 16 career titles, is in the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame (1955), the Canadian Golf Hall of Fame (1971), and many others, but she and Mack descend from the same historic family where Mack refers to her as her great, great cousin.
In 1924, Ada founded the Ladies Golf Club of Toronto inspired by the fact that she wasn’t allowed to play on the weekends at other clubs (among other reasons like being the first women only golf club in North America). She opened the club with the help of Stanley Thompson posing as her husband in order to be granted a loan because back then women needed a right hand-“man” (literally) in order to apply.
In 1930, Ada opened a women’s sportswear store (called Ada Mackenzie) to provide more appropriate golf apparel to women. The sportswear store has since closed and her great, great niece has set sail to continue to break the glass ceiling in the industry.