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  1. 1. Visor, Cap or Nothing?

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Simple really; do you wear a visor? A cap? Do you prefer to just wear nothing on your head?

Me, I'd tried all 3. I found out very, very quickly, that some people just look like absolute idiots with visors on, including me, and all my friends. Haha.

I don't really like to wear caps, but if the course is putting the sun beaming in my eyes, then a simple cap will do me.

So really, every chance I get, no visor, no cap. It's much more comfortable, and I just don't think I suit visors/caps either.
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I use a cap 99% of the times I play. Only times I don't wear one is when it is cold, then I put on a hat/beanie to keep my head and ears warm.
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Hat. But this thread has definitely been done before.
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Hat. But this thread has definitely been done before.

Sorry, I ran a search of the golf talk forum and couldn't find anything. Mods/Admins feel free to lock or delete this thread.

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I don't wear a cap or visor, just cannot play with anything on my head, puts me right off.
Can't play in sunglasses either.
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Can't play in sunglasses either.

That's a big no-no for me too!

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Wear a hat and my sunglasses. Take the glasses of to read greens occassionally.
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I voted cap but I wear one of those goofy looking bucket hats with a wide brim all around the hat. It's extremely dorky looking as my kids love to point out, but I'm more scared of skin cancer than I am of looking dorky.
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Due to major desert heat and the shape of my head - visor for me. I am a hat/visor guy most the time in life - due to wind. Sorry, but even b4 golf, I hated wind blowing my hair which I have no style for but "random". So, the lid on top controls that issue, and outside golfing in the sun here is bright prompting a sun shield need.

I think hatless or visorless golfers in the sun look incomplete. Even if they got good hair - as I do.

p.s. No glove golfers look incomplete to me as well. I got all these sports uniform and look hangups....
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I wear a visor when possible as they're not as hot, otherwise a cap.
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Titleist Non structured till the day I die. Best hat in golf IMO.
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Titleist Non structured till the day I die. Best hat in golf IMO.

There's a difference between caps other than make and colour?

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I used to have a pretty large collection of caps, then I got married and somehow I now only have a handful that I keep in rotation.
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I like the visor look on some people, maybe I look like a dork in it, but I think that suits me well i suppose.
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Cap, bucket hat, hell even a Kangol. I've never played a round without a hat on. Not even at the driving range. I may blind someone with my shiny bald head.
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No cap for me. I get too hot as I always walk. The cap would look nasty after a couple of rounds if I would wear one.
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