How to Make Fun Golf Hats

Written by a. scott walton
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How to Make Fun Golf Hats
For just a little green, make a novelty golf beret (BananaStock/BananaStock/Getty Images)

You too can create fun golf themed hats using your imagination, simple components and skill with a glue gun.

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Things you need

  • Golf balls (preferably plastic)
  • Strong adhesive
  • Elastic thread
  • Inexpensive visors, headbands and wig pieces
  • Several yards of "grass green" material or printed tablecloth
  • Small amount of black material
  • Small golf accessories (tees, divot tools, ball markers)
  • Golf-theme crepe paper rolls

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    Cut a pizza pan-sized piece of "green" material in a circle. This serves the top of the beret.

  2. 2

    Apply a wavy ring of adhesive on the outer rim of a headband, and firmly press the circular material (wrong side up) around the band. Allow the glued pieces to dry.

  3. 3

    Turn the nearly completed hat right-side out. Adorn the top of the beret with a mini-pancake-sized circle of black fabric (to represent a hole) and a ball glued securely inches away. Glue a miniature flag to the center of the hole.

  1. 1

    Select an assortment of faux hair pieces (dreadlocks, punk rocker, blonde bombshell, bald guy), and inexpensive golf accessories such as tees, divot tools and ball markers.

  2. 2

    Firmly affix hair pieces to inner rim of visors with strong, waterproof adhesive. Allow to dry completely.

  3. 3

    Affix golf accessories to the visor using "teardrops" of adhesive.

Tips and warnings

  • Take extra care when using a heated glue gun. Adult supervision is recommended. Wash skin that comes into contact with glue thoroughly.

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