“ Manufacturer: Titleist / Type: Golf Hats „
==Titleist Golf Hat==
Titleist are a golfing make which cover the whole golfing range and not only do a wide range of clubs, bags, trolleys and larger items but also do a range of clothing and accessories. The brand is a very popular one amongst golfers and for that reason we find that it is readily available both for sale at the driving range sports shop, occasionally at sports Direct in store and, where we got jack his junior Titleist golf hat, the shop at the Golf Club which the other half is a member of.
When Jack was playing this summer he needed a cap to wear around the course to keep both his long hair out of his eyes but also to keep the sun from shining in them. He has a few hats already at home but we thought that none of these were really suitable for him to wear at the gold club (the etiquette is something they are really hot on up there and I don't think either a surfing Animal brand hat or a Sponge Bob Square Pants would have gone down too well).
This hat wouldn't have really been our first choice of purchase to be fair but it was the only range of junior hats that was available at the club shop when Jack needed one so of course needs must. The hat we have for Jack is actually a really rather bright orange with the Titleist name thickly stitched into the front of the cap with a contrasting bright white cotton.
The hat is your standard type of baseball hat which is made up from six different panels all stitched together with an adjustable strap at the back. There is a buckle type fastening rather than the cheaper sort of Velcro that is often the case with this sort of adjustable head wear. There is a smaller Titleist label stitched into the back area just above the adjusting strap and on one side of the hat in raised stitching, again in the white colour, is PRO V1 which is the type of hat it is and on the other is the same sort of stitching with the initials FJ.
The twill is made from 100% cotton and there is taping to the interior of the cap making it very comfortable in deed. Jack does get a little sweaty when wearing this hat, or at least he did in the warmer summer days but this would probably be the case with any sort of hear wear worn on a warm day. The colour actually didn't' look as bad as I thought it would once he had it on and although I have seen this hat online in a whole host of different colours it was either this bright orange one or a brown one and the orange was the better of two evils.
Jack looked after the hat well all summer and it doesn't look particularly grubby on the outside. There is of course a little bit of dirt on the strip on the inside but I have taken a slightly damp and soapy sponge to this and it has brought some of the dirt out, but not all of it. However no one will see this and it is more or less clean.
The hat worked as it was supposed to and the peak kept the sun off of Jack's face and with his hair tucked into the cap this didn't blow in his eyes either. Being bright orange it was always easy to spot him out on the course so I guess it was better to get this colour rather than a brown one which would have been slightly more camouflaged!
I have no complaints with this cap and at a price of £12 I think it was a fair one to pay. I think you could probably pick it up a little cheaper were you to shop online but what with postage and packaging costs this may take it over the £12 we paid and like I say we needed it sooner rather than later.
I feel a top score of 5 out of 5 stars for this well made and clearly high quality hat. Looks good, does the job and Jack says it is comfortable to wear. Given that it is adjustable and at the moment he has it on one of the tighter settings I am sure that we will get a good few years wear out of it!
I do hope that this has been of some help/interest to you
many thanks for taking the time to read.
Titleist are a leading golf product producer and one that I have bought from in the past. I have had more than one of their golf caps and liked them.
The peeks of these caps are well made and wide and deep enough to keep the sun from your eyes if out on the course. The panels of the caps are well cut and suit my head shape to give me a comfortable fit.
I have had a cap in a black colour with white text showing the titleist name on the front that wore well but did fade over time. I have also had a light beige cap which was better as it didn't fade much at all.
Both caps looked great on and fitted me well. I paid at least £10 for each of my titleist caps and they lasted me well. I got them from sports shops and found they had a few caps in various colours for me to choose from.
I think that I probably went for the titleist caps over other brands as I liked the look of them and thought the material used to make the caps was good. My black cap was in a chino cotton twill which looked good quality.
I think the fit is good with these as they can be adjusted with the back buckle to make a secure and comfortable fit. There are breathe holes at the top panels of the hats to allow for air to circulate and stop your head becoming too hot when wearing the cap.
One of my caps had textured mesh side panels on each side and I bought it to wear on warm summer days. I think the mesh worked to stop my head from becoming over heated, did offer some sun protection, but was not as good as the full cover cap I had.
I had the caps washed and they came up great, the black one I had for a long time and it did fade because I wore and washed it a lot. The lighter cap didn't fade and I think I still have it somewhere.
I would recommend these caps as they work well. The fit is good and prices are not too bad. Try to aim to pay no more than £12.99 per cap for one of these. The colour range is good and there are many colours to choose from.
As probably the leading golf manufacturer, 'Titleist' pronounced Tight-lye-ssst, make everything from golf clubs and golf balls, to clothing and umbrellas.
Their hats and caps are worn by a range of top players on both the European and PGA Tour, including Adam Scott, Robert Karlsson, Zach Johnson and Ben Curtis. As such, a Titleist hat is a must-have accessory for the fashion concious golfer.
Titeleist make headwear in six different varieties which are list below.
1. 'Tour Sports Mesh Fitted' - This is in the traditional baseball cap design, which is available in only black or white. It has a recommended retail price of £12.50.
2. 'Tour Adjustable' - The same as the previous cap, but featuring an adjustable strap rather that being a stardardised size, and this time available in eleven different colours. RRP £12.50
3. 'Fashion Ball Marker Adjustable' - Similar to the Tour Adjustable, but with the added benefit of including a handy ball marker. Available in nine colours including 'mustard', 'china' and 'dirt'! RRP £12.50.
4. 'T-Tech Hat' - This is a flexible fit design, with a stylish appearance - again costing £12.50.
5. 'Low Profile Visor' - A baseball cap front, with the actual headpart missing. Great for keeping the sun out of the eyes, but allowing the head to breathe on humid days. Available in Black, White, Navy, Purple, Red, and Blue. RRP £11.
6. 'Titleist Winter Headwear' - in the traditional 'beanie' style, this one's for the colder golfing days, and is available in either Black/White/Grey, or White/Black/Grey. RRP £12.
You can purchase these hats from a variety of sources including eBay, when they can be picked up for lower than their recomended retail price.
For more info see; www.titleist.co.uk/accessories/headwear/, which shows more info on the entire range.
I have found Titleist caps to be comfortable to wear. They can be washed, and as they last for a long time, represent good value for money.
Titleist is one of the leading brands today for Golf Pro's headwear. As a golf accessory seller, I know what my clients and customer's want, and Titleist headgear is one of them.
The most sought after Titleist caps available in the market today, come with in-built magnetic Ball markers (not pictured)
Now, what this means is no more loosing your ball marker next time your stood on the green, as it magnetically clips to the peak of your cap.
These caps are usually one-size fits all, but are available in a large choice of colours including black, white, stone, pink, yellow and blue.
I personally own 3 of these caps which I wear on a regular basis. Out of the 7 or 8 branded caps I do wear, Titleist are by far the best style, the besit price, and offer the best all round comfort.
These caps can be a tad on the pricey side, but you get what you pay for, and that's quality!