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Golf Hats Overview

The golf hat is a don’t-leave-home-without-it accessory that serves multiple purposes on the course.

For starters, there’s eye protection. Because golfers are at particularly high risk for sun-related issues like cataracts and macular degeneration, it’s imperative to wear a hat when you play. Likewise, golfers are vulnerable to skin cancer on the face, so a golf hat’s protective bill provides an important bulwark.

Long story short: You should wear a golf hat every time you hit the links.

What to Look for in a Golf Hat

Men’s and women’s golf hats come in a wide range of styles and colors, with brands like Adidas, Ping, Mizuno, Titleist, Nike, Taylormade, Callaway, and Under Armour catering to all types of players.

As with any piece of apparel, fit is important. Most golf hats feature adjustable sizing, though some are fitted (small/medium/large/extra-large).

Next, look for comfort and protection elements. Today’s caps boast many of the same features as golf shirts, such as lightweight performance fabric, ample ventilation and moisture-wicking properties. Some, including Nike golf hats , are lined with terry cloth to absorb sweat. You can also choose between structured caps with fixed panels, and unstructured versions for a more casual look and fit.

Golf Hat Style Options

So what’ll it be? The classic, can’t-miss The classic, can’t-miss golf hat? Or maybe a sporty visor? You could go the hipster route with a “trucker hat” from TaylorMade or Callaway. Bucket hats are popular, too. (Under Armour, Ping and others offer these caps, which feature a wrap-around brim.) Then there’s the old-school Ivy cap – think Ben Hogan or, for a current example, Bryson DeChambeau.

Colors and patterns also abound. For hot, sunny days, a light-colored cap will reflect sunlight rather than absorb it. Otherwise, anything goes – and you’ll find a wide range of name-brand golf hats for men and wome