To begin with let's discuss why hats are so prevalent in golf. The apparent answer is usually that the visor helps keep sunlight out of players' eye, and this is part of the answer unquestionably. However the biggest reason is most likely sponsorship; professional players receives a commission a great deal for the logos that go on their hats that they'd be crazy to look hat-less.
Despite not getting paid, plenty of amateur golfers still choose to in which a hat to safeguard them from the elements or perhaps to look good. So let's look at the several options that exist.
Baseball caps are probably the most popular hats for golf (and baseball). Sunlight is held by the peak or rain out of that person, they come in a variety of sizes or with an changeable strap and they're the most popular choice of the pros which mean they need to be good.
Then you've got visors; like football hats with a sunroof really. They are Cool golf hats if you have excellent hair and you don't want to hide it under a head wear.
During winter, or any right season in Scotland, the woolly head wear is another sensible and popular choice. The old adage of losing most of your system heat through your mind isn't scientifically true (see here) but it's still no fun having cold ears, so best to get a good warm beanie hat.
The best traditional golfing headwear is the chiseled cover. They aren't as effective at displaying corporate logos, which is why most pros no-longer where them, but they are incredibly good at keeping you head warm still, your eye clear and your 'look' classy.
Our Royal & Awesome toned caps are a little brighter than the norm and they're a great way to complete your magnificent outfit. They also have poppers above each ear canal that enable you to adjust the size, so that they fit almost any head.