Add some variety to your headwear game with these 10 ultra-cool visors

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Make a statement by sporting a visor instead of a baseball cap.

Most golfers have a closet full of hats in various colors, but if you’re looking to make more of a statement with your headwear, a visor is a great place to start.

Today’s visors can be purchased in both high and low profiles, and are often unisex, making them a great way to showcase a hairstyle while still receiving much-needed sun protection on your face.

Notable visor-wearers on Tour include Ian Poulter, Bubba Watson, Phil Mickelson, Lexi Thompson and Michelle Wie. Ready to add yourself to their ranks? Check out 10 our our favorite visors below, and while you’re at it, scroll through the rest of the items on offer in GOLF’s Pro Shop.

Callaway CG Liquid Metal

$27.99
This logo visor from Callaway was built for golfers. From the antimicrobial fabric to fight odor to the UV protection blocks out the sun’s harmful rays, it’s solving problems you didn’t even know existed with other visors. There is also a moisture-wicking sweatband on the inside of the brim to keep you cool and dry. Better yet, the metallic logo looks cool and fresh.
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Nike AeroBill

$20
If you’re in the market for a golf visor that will keep you cool and moisture-free on the course, Nike’s Aerobill visor might be the perfect item for you. The key to the Aerobill’s moisture-wicking power is a terry sweatband and laser perforations at the front panel. And thanks to the elastic back, you can comfortably wear your visor all day long.
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Linksoul LS Visor

$29
This cotton/spandex blend visor features an ultra-wise brim to keep sun, rain and hair out of your face.
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Johnnie-O Chevy

$29
Keep the sun out of your eyes without losing an ounce of your on-course style with the Johnnie O Chevy visor. The Chevy Visor features an embroidered logo at the front and includes a high crown, a terry sweatband, and adjustable buckle closure.
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Mizuno Tour

$21.95
Want to look like your favorite Mizuno-sponosred PGA Tour pros when you’re playing your local muni? The Mizuno Tour golf visor is for you. The three-layer sweatband will keep you dry, while the curved brim stops the sun from getting in your eyes, and it’s available in two colors: White/Charcoal and Royal Blue/White.
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Nike AeroBill STMT

$26
If you want to keep both the sun and sweat out of your eyes on the golf course during the heat of the summer, the Nike AeroBill STMT visor is for you. Between the visor’s stretchy dobby fabric and Nike’s AeroBill technology, you’re head will stay ventilated, dry and comfortable while you’re grinding for par. A taller front panel adds a classic look and increases protection from the sun.
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Callaway Tour Authentic High Profile

The Callaway Tour Authentic High profile visor features 30+ UV protection, adjustable fit, a terry cloth sweatband and moisture wicking fabric.
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Puma Sport

$22
The women’s Sport golf visor is the perfect choice for a bright day of golf. A pre-curved brim will keep you cool and shaded so you can stay focused on the course.
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TaylorMade Performance Radar

$24.99
Keep the sun all the way out of your eyes with the TaylorMade Performance Radar visor. The visor features logoed branding on the front and the structured fit means plenty of comfort.
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Nike Core Classic

$20
Top off your new golf outfit with the the Nike Core Classic visor. Featuring a classic curved bill to avoid getting sun in your eyes, a soft terry sweatband and an adjustable fit via a backstrap, this visor will work for you on the golf course.
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Jessica Marksbury

Golf.com

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.