How To Clean and Maintain Your Clubs

How To Clean and Maintain Your Clubs

If you want to keep your game on point, you have to keep those clubs clean. A little bit of maintenance is crucial for good performance on the course. Here are some easy steps to follow:

After every round, give your clubs a quick wipe down with a damp towel - this will remove any dirt or debris that may have accumulated during play.

If you’re playing regularly then once a month, do a more thorough cleaning of your clubs. Fill a bucket with warm water and a mild soap, and let your clubs soak for a couple of minutes. Then, using a brush, gently scrub the clubheads and shafts. Rinse with clean water and dry thoroughly.

Pay special attention to your grooves. Use a specialized groove cleaning tool to remove any dirt or grass that may have become stuck in them. This will ensure that your clubs maintain maximum spin and control.

Lastly, protect your clubheads with headcovers. This will prevent scratches and other damage during transport and storage.

Finally, check your grips regularly. If they are starting to wear out, consider replacing them. Worn out grips can affect your swing and make it harder to control your shots. Not sure if your grips need replacing? Check out our blog post for handy hints. 

So, there you have it! Keep those clubs clean, and you'll be hitting those birdies like a pro in no time. Or, if you're still missing your shot, at least your clubs will look good! Cheers to a clean game.

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