You can barely see it. But you can barely see without it.
It’s the last thing you put on (though if you put it on first, before anything else, you may be on the wrong website.) And the first thing you take off when you shake your playing partners’ hands after a round (pre- and post-Covid, of course).
At its core, it’s functional. The lid blocks the sun from your eyes. At its soul, it connects to yours. It lets the world know who you are. Are you bold? Are you steady? Which could very well also describe your game.
We tip ours to you.
Below are seven trendy ones that are stylish both on and off the course.
7 trendy golf hats that are stylish on and off the course
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Callaway New York Trucker
Callaway’s New York Trucker Cap is crafted from a breathable stretch mesh material. The terry cloth sweatband keeps you cool, dry and comfortable for all day wear and the cap has a sleek state logo to complete the retro trucker feel.
Add style to your outfit and keep the sun out of your eyes with the Linksoul California Shield Patch cap. It offers a structured fit with stretch fabric for comfort. The cap is designed with a slightly curved bill, an embroidered California patch at the front, and adjustable snapback closure.
The AeroBill Classic 99 cap from Nike is constructed with a four-way stretch fabric that will keep your head comfortable throughout your round. And with innovative Aerobill ventilation technology, you can sweat all you want without it negatively affecting your golf game.
The Puma Pounce Adjustable cap uses moisture-wicking technology in its sweatband and a velcro closure for proper comfort. The cap is designed with a pre-molded curve, an 18-hold pull tab and a raised Puma Cat logo.
The Tour Adjustable LW golf hat from Mizuno is the perfect way to top off your golf outfit. Featuring an adjustable hook and loop closure for an easy fit, the hat is available in five different attractive color combinations.
Nick Piastowski is a Senior Editor at Golf.com and Golf Magazine. In his role, he is responsible for editing, writing and developing stories across the golf space. And when he’s not writing about ways to hit the golf ball farther and straighter, the Milwaukee native is probably playing the game, hitting the ball left, right and short, and drinking a cold beer to wash away his score. You can reach out to him about any of these topics — his stories, his game or his beers — at email@example.com.