Best Golf Hats in 2020
Titleist Men's Tour Performance Mesh Golf Hat, White/Grey
- Tour inspired. material_type:Polyester
- Choice of world's leading players
- Titleist proprietary performance material
- New stretch clasp closure
- , moisture-wicking sweatband
Men's Nike Dri-FIT Tech Golf Cap, Midnight Navy(AQ5349-410)/White, One Size
- Lightweight design. Embroidered eyelets help enhance breathability.
- Dri-FIT moisture-wicking technology. Nike Swoosh logo graphic.
- Soft and absorbent terry sweatband. One size fits most.
- Laser perforated hook and loop closure and thumb tab offer a custom fit.
NIKE Unisex AeroBill Legacy 91 Perforated Golf Cap, White/Anthracite/Black, One Size
- NIKE AeroBill technology provides lightweight, breathable comfort
- Soft hook-and-loop closure lets you adjust your fit
- Laser-perforated side panels help keep you cool
- Swoosh design trademark embroidered on front panel
- 2-way stretch fabric provides a comfortable fit
Callaway Golf Stripe Mesh Hat, White/White/Blue
- Stretch Mesh
- Mid Profile Structured Design
- Snap Back Closure
TaylorMade 2019 Tour Radar Hat, White, Adjustable
- Structured construction with adjustable tuck-in back strap
- Performance fabric
- Moisture-wicking sweatband
- Dark under bill to reduce glare
- TaylorMade 3D front embroidery
PUMA Men's Evercat Alloy Stretch Fit Cap, Gray/Silver, Large/Extra Large
- Performance stretch
- Comfort fit
- Metal logo
Puma Golf 2018 "P" Snapback Hat (Peacoat Heather, One Size) Rickie Fowler P Hat
- Moisture-wicking performance sweatband
- Pre-curve fit
- 110 snapback cap
- 3D embroidered P logo
- dry CELL technology
Callaway Golf Stitch Magnet Hat, White
- Performance Fabric
- Adjustable Closure
- Mid Profile Design
- Callaway Branded Ball Marker
Callaway Golf 2019 Tour Authentic Performance Pro Hat, White
- Performance Fabric
- 30+ UV Protection
- Adjustable, Available in Deep Fit
- Low Profile Semi structured Design
- Performance, Moisture Wicking Sweatband
Titleist Men's Tour Flat Bill Mesh Golf Hat, Hunter/White
- Worn on Tour
- Organic cotton front panel and bill
- Firm mesh back with Titleist proprietary snapback
- Classic flat bill design
- Temperature regulating front panel
- No curve, Polyester
What to Do in Hilton Head Island
Here are 5 family friendly things to do on Hilton Head Island if you do not like to golf. I have gone to the island every year since I was 2 years old, and have never gotten tired of these ideas.
I've heard Hilton Head Island isn't a great place to take a vacation because there is little to do other than golf. If you golf, great! Otherwise, they say, it's not so great. I completely disagree. I have vacationed on Hilton Head every year since I was two years old, have never golfed, and love the island. Here are 5 things to do on Hilton Head if you don't golf.
Outside Hilton Head has two hour kayak tours through the salt marshes. These can cost as little as $40 for adults and $20 for children for a two-hour tour. They come with all equipment and guides, and you can expect to see at least some wildlife. When I went, we saw dolphins, several kinds of birds, crabs, and a shrimp even jumped into my boat! You can even take a nighttime trip on certain dates.
Find some dolphins
Hilton Head Tours offers 90 minute and 2.5-hour dolphin watching cruises for $20 for an adult and $11 for a child. They guarantee that you will see dolphins on their tour. The 2.5-hour trip also includes fireworks. The company strongly recommends you purchase tickets in advance as these often sell out. I have had great luck with this company; having dolphins come right up to the side of the boat almost close enough to touch.
Parasailing is basically flying, while being dragged along by a boat. Generally, you get to parasail for 10-12 minutes, and can choose between getting wet or staying dry on landing. These trips cost $59 during spring and fall, and $69 during the summer per person, but you need to have at least two people book together. You must be at least 6, and the combined weight of everyone flying at one time must be between 150-450lbs. Parents who want to watch or film can come for $35.
Ride the zip line
Ride the zip line. This 2-hour tour takes you above Hilton Head. They have lines where you have time to take in the sights, and lines for racing. You must be at least 10 years old, and between 80-250 lbs. These tours can be as inexpensive as $20 a person for the racing course, but cost $89 for the full 2 hours.
There are a lot of different ways to go fishing in Hilton Head, from chartering a boat for your family to joining a tour boat going out for a few hours. The water around Hilton Head has grouper, mackerel, tarpon, snapper, and several species of sharks. One word of advice: if you are bringing children, save this for the last day. When someone on my boat caught a 6-foot hammer head shark, I was terrified to go in the water for the remainder of our vacation! There are also restaurants that will cook your freshly caught fish for you if you don't feel like cooking it yourself.