PUMA Golf have confirmed that their P 110 SnapBack will continue as one of their lead accessory styles this year and here, you can find the camouflage Rickie Fowler P logo cap as worn at the The Masters 2019 and the "P for Pineapple" SB2k19 caps.

Rickie Fowler P Logo Cap | Umbrella Logo


Rickie Fowler has championed the P Logo cap for many months now and the next big special edition 2019 release will celebrate the life and career of The King - Arnold Palmer.

A trio of PUMA P logo golf caps have been especially designed with the iconic Arnold Palmer Umbrella logo embroidered to the front, offering a subtle yet significant nod to the Arnold & Winnie Palmer Foundation. The three colours available will be white/green, all white (with a green logo) an another favourite colour of Arnold Palmer himself - pale pink.

Check back online at Golfposer to purchase your very own PUMA x AP Umbrella golf caps from 08:00 GMT on Thursday 7th March 2019 - the first day of the Arnold Palmer Invitational at Bay Hill.

Rickie Fowler P Logo Cap | P for PUMARickie-Fowler-P-Logo-Golf-Cap-Colours-2018

Often used as a platform to launch new products from upcoming Spring/Summer collections, the Hero World Challenge tournament presented itself as the perfect occasion for a Rickie Fowler & PUMA Golf product launch back in 2017.

After a lot of success in the style's first season, PUMA Golf have confirmed that the P logo cap will be worn by Rickie for the entirety of 2019, further proving their claim that this PUMA cap was the "next iconic headwear style statement".


It should be no surprise, however. Back when Rickie Fowler started wearing PUMA Golf circa 2009, the Monoline flat brim snapback also became a true icon for the brand and their loyal following. Limited edition cap releases came and went with huge popularity, while there were even headcovers made to pay homage to the style. More recently, PUMA Golf enjoyed even more success with the launch of the Bryson Dechambeau inspired Tour Driver caps, a style which is still consistently popular online.

Rickie Fowler P Logo Cap | Snapback Style


Rickie Fowler and PUMA Golf are a match made, as we know. However, as his style preferences have matured at the same rate as his personality, PUMA Golf have also had to grow & develop in the same manner. This, in turn, is what has brought about the change in look for his accessory game for next year.

His unique personality is still on show with the bold 3D "P" logo embroidered to the front, while the same snapback closure also features to the rear for a custom fit. The flat bill is replaced with a more relaxed curve, thus helping to enhance the on course/off course appeal of the style, while the five colour options are signature PUMA golf colours worn by Rickie over the years.

“Rickie is certainly recognised for his confidence, style and swagger on and off the course. He’s been with PUMA since turning professional and, though his preferences have matured over the years, he is still a trend-setter in golf fashion which means we get to have some fun when designing his footwear and accessories,” said Grant Knudson, Head of Footwear & Accessories for PUMA Golf.

“We designed the P cap with him in mind, reflecting that maturity and on-trend style – a more modern take on the classic snapback look that transitions well from the course to daily life. Whether Rickie is in the midst of a birdie barrage on the PGA TOUR or relaxing in courtside seats at an Oklahoma State game, the P hat is a great staple piece for his look.”

Rickie Fowler P Logo Cap | #PforPUMA


P stands for PUMA - that's a given.

But the brand are also promoting the thought that P could really stand for much more. P for...Power? Passion? Practice? Perseverance?

All consistent attributes which we immediately associate with Rickie Fowler - but PUMA Golf want the P to mean whatever you want it to mean.

Maybe it could even stand for golf Poser, if you wanted it to...

And on that note - here are the finer details which you need to know if you want to make the Purchase online at Golfposer in the coming months.