These 5 trucker hats are perfect for summer rounds

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Looking for some cool summer headwear? Try a trucker hat!

If you haven’t tried wearing a trucker hat, let me be the first to tell you: You’re missing out!

As a Southern California native, I may be biased, but my love for trucker hats knows no bounds. So what is a trucker hat exactly? While iterations vary slightly, they are basically defined by a snapback closure, mesh backing and defined front peak. Some newer models eschew the peak for a traditional baseball-cap front panel, which softens some of the hat’s edginess for a more refined look.

As far as summer headwear goes, though, the trucker is exceptional. The mesh backing ensures cooling airflow and ventilation during warm rounds, and hey, wearing one just looks trendy. The best part? Just about every golf manufacturer has climbed aboard the trucker train, so there are plenty of great-looking models to choose from.

Ready to find yours? Check our five favorites below. And while you’re shopping, take a browse through more stylish gear in GOLF’s Pro Shop — your ultimate source for the latest apparel, training aids, clubs and more.

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GOLF x AHEAD “Well Played” Snapback

$30
This stretchy snapback trucker is a great option for golfers who prefer a more structured hat. This features our “well played” slogan. This hat is sold exclusively here on GOLF.com and is available in a super limited quantity — if it speaks to you, you’ll want to act quickly because it’ll likely sell out soon and there’s no promise we’ll ever bring it back. 
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Radmor RAD Trucker Snapback

$38
The Rad Cap is mindfully made from a combination of recycled or cellulose materials, reducing the impact on landfills everywhere. Recycled ocean-polyester is combined with a sturdy cotton twill to provide performance where its needed most … blocking the sun. Radmor is driven by sustainability and focused on the end game; what happens at the end of a garments life. Radmor is the first brand in the golf industry to focus on the elimination of using ‘virgin’ polyester on a garment level. While also limiting the amount of recycled ocean polyester and recycled nylon used to less than 10% of the collection, and always with the option of RAD-Cycling at the end of the product life-cycle. Radmor is excited to reintroduce the long-term benefits found in the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) Organic & Extra-Long Staple (ELS) Pima cotton apparel while incorporating more environmentally responsible performance technologies, and thereby reducing their impact on the environment. All this without havi
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Linksoul The Groove Trucker

$29
Keep your eye on the prize in our ever popular trucker cap, embroidered with the new Linksoul Groove logo. Additionally features the original Linksoul logo on the outer headband.
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Adidas SD Trucker

$28
The Adidas SD Trucker cap will add style to your outfit as well as block the sun and keep your head cool. The cap features a graphic panel, a pre-curved brim, and a mesh back to allow air to flow. It also features six panel construction for a structured fit and snapback closure for adjustable comfort.
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Greyson Lock Up Trucker

$40
Lock Up features a mesh back for added breathability and snapback closure for an adjustable fit. It is finished with a signature Greyson Lock Up logo patch at the front.
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Jessica Marksbury

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As a four-year member of Columbia’s inaugural class of female varsity golfers, Jessica can out-birdie everyone on the masthead. She can out-hustle them in the office, too, where she’s primarily responsible for producing both print and online features, and overseeing major special projects, such as GOLF’s inaugural Style Is­sue, which debuted in February 2018. Her origi­nal interview series, “A Round With,” debuted in November of 2015, and appeared in both in the magazine and in video form on GOLF.com.