Visors are great for the summer golf season as they keep the sun out of your eyes and let the wind get through your hair. Using a visor instead of a hat can help complete the full tour look.
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Guys like Phil Mickelson, Bubba Watson, Freddy Couples, Kevin Na, and Beau Hossler have all made the visor their patented look. If you’re on the fence, this is your sign to take the leap of faith and try the pro look.
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Why we like it: This one’s for the people who consider themselves a member of Arnie’s Army. Featuring the Bay Hill logo and covered in Mr. Palmer’s umbrellas, this visor looks like it’s straight out of the Bay Hill pro shop.
Bay Hill Visor – $34.99 at Fanatics
Why we like it: Are you in need of some Tour Sauce? This pizza slice visor from Imperial may help you get an extra couple hundred RPMs on your wedges.
The Crust Visor – $30 at Imperial
Why we like it: A true classic. A high crown featuring the Rhoback logo, this visor is the ultimate visor swag and has rightly earned its name.
The Daddy Visory – $32 at Rhoback
Why we like it: This is just way cooler than a swoosh. The throwback font brings this logo close to Tiger’s ‘TW’ logo.
Dri-Fit Nike Visor – $20 at GlobalGolf
Why we like it: Maybe a high crown isn’t your style. That’s OK, we still have you covered. This Nike performance visor can pull double duty if you’re a high school football coach.
Nike Performance Visor – $27.99 at Fanatics
Why we like it: If your favorite player is Louis Oosthuizen or Bubba Watson, this Ping Tour visor can have you looking like your favorite player.
Ping Tour Visor – $34.99 at GlobalGolf
Why we like it: Needing to add a bit of color to your current rotation? This light blue script visor from Devereaux is a must-grab.
DVRX Script Visual – $35 at Devereux
Why we like it: Toby Keith approves of this visor. Order this visitor now to get it just in time for your 4th of July festivities.
Made in America Visor – $30 at Imperial
Why we like it: We love a good throwback. While this isn’t a true throwback, we feel like we’ve seen this visor in the sea of patrons when watching the 1997 Masters replay at 3 am on a random Tuesday.
Tour Championship Visor – $24.99 at Fanatics