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Poll Results: Hat/Visors.. Stick with your gear brand?

 
  • 14% (8)
    Yes, regardless of style.
  • 85% (48)
    No, whatever looks good.
56 Total Votes  
post #19 of 65

I rock all Puma for my shorts/pants/shirts and usually wear an orange Titleist hat. I play the VeIocity ball.

 

l get Rickie Fowler comments all the time. It's cool with me since I also went to Oklahoma State. It's usually when I wear something orange, however.

 

I have a few Adidas shirts that are nice too, but most of the time it's Puma.

post #20 of 65

I don’t care about matching and would actually prefer to wear a hat that has nothing to do with golf. For a while I stuck with Titleist hats because I like the visors with the magnet sown in (was playing Callaway balls at the time). Eventually Callaway came out with the same type of hat so I bought one of those (playing Titleist balls at the time). Just this week I decided I wanted a Flyers (Philly) hat so I bought a ball mark clip for that hat. Unfortunately with the Orange in the color scheme it’s not an every (golf) day hat.

post #21 of 65
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Originally Posted by rushamania View Post

I rock all Puma for my shorts/pants/shirts and usually wear an orange Titleist hat. I play the VeIocity ball.

 

l get Rickie Fowler comments all the time. It's cool with me since I also went to Oklahoma State. It's usually when I wear something orange, however.

 

I have a few Adidas shirts that are nice too, but most of the time it's Puma.

 

The Puma Tech pants  (orange, green, blue specifically)  are great.....  but not made in my skinny/short size unfortunately.

 

I'm due for a new Titleist hat.  

post #22 of 65
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Originally Posted by Fore Left View Post

 

The Puma Tech pants  (orange, green, blue specifically)  are great.....  but not made in my skinny/short size unfortunately.

 

I'm due for a new Titleist hat.  

 

Yep, I love them. I'll be wearing my orange pants in Breckenridge tommorrow on the course with a navy blue puma shirt. Gotta rep the Broncos.

post #23 of 65
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Originally Posted by glock35ipsc View Post

http://4headwear.com/

 

I have both the "BaldGuy hat for golfers" and the "SweatBandit hat".  These are the single most comfortable, lightest, easiest to wash, non-sweat staining, most breathable hats I have ever owned.  


Thanks for the mention.  New styles with a more traditional look and all of the comfort will be available the end of October.

post #24 of 65

I wear Nike hats (shirts too) but have Callaway, TM, and Cleveland clubs.

post #25 of 65

I typically wear either a Titleist hat or a Nike hat and I currently don't use a single item of Titleist gear. Used to play their balls exclusively but now I play TM balls. Oh well, it's almost time to replace my wedges and the Vokeys work well for me so maybe I won't be a poser anymore z5_smartass.gif

 

Colors are always white or black because I have 2 pair of white AdiPure and 1 pair of black Tour 360's so the shoes match the hat. 

post #26 of 65

i wear a white nike hat that has a mesh back and fits very well. i don't own any nike golf products or nike golf clothes. i would like to get a TM hat, but i didn't like the fit and they don't have fitted hats in the style i want at the stores i go to.

 

the whole having to match your apparel with your club brands is absolutely ridiculous unless that company is paying you to do so. if not, then who the hell cares? (besides the one guy on here.)

 

i learned a long time ago that judging people by clothes and, in this conversation clubs, is no way to go through life.

 

a guy who dresses nice and sucks may just like to dress nice and isn't trying to convince anyone he's good or "posing". i mean what's the point of talking about how good you are or trying to use your clothes to convey your skill in a game where 1-3 people are usually going to watch you actually play? i don't think people honestly think like that when they choose a shirt before going out to play.

post #27 of 65

I am a fan of fitted mesh hats. I find them comfortable and breathable. So I own a Nike, Titleist, and Callaway hat and I don't own a single Nike or Callaway club. I find the mesh on the Callaway and Nike hats most comfortable.

post #28 of 65

bucket hat.

post #29 of 65
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Originally Posted by B-Con View Post

My gear is pretty spread out over several major brands, so I probably have everything covered anyway. Adams, Titleist, Callaway, Ping, and Odyssey are currently in my bag in one way or another.
My current visor is Titleist. It was the right colors, so I got it. No need to match anything.


Same for me, so I have found a couple of hats from Adidas and Mizuno that are made of the high tech materials they use for clothes.  I've found these hats to be much better than the cotton hats of old, they don't show the sweat like the old ones.

post #30 of 65
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Originally Posted by David in FL View Post

One thing I really like is getting each year's US Open hat with my annual USGA membership.

 

+1 The USGA hats are about the most comfortable I have found.

post #31 of 65

I feel slightly like a poser if I'm wearing Callaway Golf wear but playing with Taylormade clubs and Bridgestone balls so I typically wear what brand of stuff I have. I wouldn't go as far as saying "regardless of style" because I always manage to find something I like with the brand name I want on it.

post #32 of 65

Mostly no-logo hats: A white, Hogan style cap, or a tan, civilianized version of the broad-brimmed military bush hat. I especially like the bush hat to keep the sun off my neck in peak summer heat.

post #33 of 65

I have a Mizuno toque (knit cap for non-Canadian) but other than that I've never even seen a Mizuno cap or visor worth wearing. Most of the caps at GolfTown right now are so ugly I don't care which logo they have. I wear caps from the team store or snowboard shop. Used to wear North Face ones, but now they're only selling those little shallow runner style ones that I detest.

post #34 of 65

I tend to wear hats with just the logo and no mention of the company.  I have a mizuno hat with just the mizuno running bird logo on it cuz I hate the hats the have MIZUNO in giant lettering......

post #35 of 65

I wear either my Clemson tour visor or a Titleist tour visor. I wouldn't sport a logo of a brand that you don't play

post #36 of 65

I have a cap from a scuba liveaboard I like.

 

Golf fashion is dumb, IMO.  Golf functionality (wind pants, waterproof shoes, or shoes with grips, etc) makes a lot of sense though.

So find me a comfy hat that's keeps rain off my face and has spots for tees, pencil and a ball marker and divot fixer - I'm sold.

 

 

 

My wife bought me three "golf shirts" - she's so proud.  One of them is so shiny and goofy, I just don't have the heart to tell her though.  I'm sure I'll see it's brother sometime on a senior at a private club somewhere - but I hope his hat matches his white belt and shoes.... ; )

 

And Michael Jordan's cargo shorts

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