Characters in the modern game are few and far between, that's why Golf Refugees have named their new hat after the 1970's golfing legend Mr Lu.

Mr Lu cut an unmistakable figure at the 1971 British Open. The crowds at Royal Birkdale warmed to the 34-year-old Taiwanese player and his distinctive hat.
Some sparkling play saw him capture second place behind Lee Trevino, but it was Lu's taste in headwear that earned him cult status.

Throughout the tournament each burst of applause from the crowd was met by a tip of the brim.

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