Jason Dufner's 5 Star Boss hat at The Honda Classic is awesome

Jason Dufner’s 5 Star Boss hat at The Honda Classic is awesome


Jason Dufner's hat game has been the fashion story of 2018 on the PGA Tour, and the 2013 PGA champion continued his fire choices on Saturday at The Honda Classic.

Paired alongside Tiger Woods at PGA National's Champion Course, Dufner donned a 5 Star Boss hat that had golf social media talking.

The 5 Star Boss hat Dufner is wearing is popular in the military, with 5-star generals wearing them on occasion to let their charges know, well, who's boss.

Dufner is wearing a 5 Star Boss hat that we think was -- operative word, was -- made by an apparel company called Undefeated. The hat, when it was still sold, came in a variety of colors, including blue and black and grey. However, Undefeated no longer makes the hat, which is a huge shame and perhaps an amazing troll job, since the general public can't suddenly go online and find the exact same hat he's wearing.

A variant on this design is on Military Best for about $40.

Dufner doesn't have a hat deal in 2018, and it's unclear he has an equipment deal of any kind. That has given him the freedom to wear what he wants on his head, not having to worry about satisfying a sponsor who may have bought the logo space on his headwear. That means Dufner is a must-watch every time he tees it up this year, wondering in each round what he might wear.


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