Keeping Your Golf Clubs Clean

Without a golf club, a golf game cannot be called a golf game at all. If you do not have any golf clubs at all, you skills and all your other golf equipments will just be useless.

Golf clubs are very important for all golf players, amateur or professional. This golf equipment is also one of the biggest game investments a golf player can make. One of the leading manufacturers of golf equipments, Taylormade Golf, produces one of the best golf clubs in the golf industry today. Taylormade Golf may not offer the cheapest price tag in town, but they will definitely give you your money’s worth.

Some Taylormade golf clubs may be very expensive, with prices ranges more than $2000. However, if you prefer a cheaper one with the same quality, you may also consider buying a used or second hand Taylormade golf clubs. Whether the golf clubs you have are cheap or expensive, to maximize their use and make them last for a long time, you should take care of your golf clubs properly.

Taylormade golfYour golf clubs may be really weary after a series of games of swinging and chipping. So after arriving in your house, it is very important to clean your used golf clubs right away. Cleaning your golf clubs will not only make them last longer, they will also give you a better game performance too. Some golf players may be thinking that cleaning golf clubs is a very hard task. However, it is actually a very easy and fun-filled task that you might actually enjoy doing.

Here is the step by step process on how you can clean your golf clubs.

1.Before anything else, prepare all the things you need to start cleaning your precious golf clubs. You would need:

•Bucket (big enough to fit several golf clubs at the same time)

•Warm water

•Mild dish washing or hand soap

•Soft bristled brush (you can use an old toothbrush)

•Cold water

•Soft cotton towel

2.Mix the warm water and the mild dish washing or hand soap in a bucket. Make sure that the bucket is big enough to fit several golf clubs at the same time. Also, the water should be just warm – not too hot or it may damage the ferrule and make it lose. Use enough amount of water to cover your golf clubs’ heads only. Too much water in the bucket might reach your golf club’s ferrule.

3.Let the golf clubs stand in the warm, soapy water mixture for about 5 to 10 minutes. Soaking the golf clubs in the warm, soapy water will help soften all the mud, stain, and dirt in the golf clubs which will make it easy to scrub off after.

If the club heads have a little dirt or stain only, you can soak them in the warm, soapy water for about 3 to 5 minutes. On the other hand, if the golf clubs are extremely dirty and contains too much dirt and stain, soak them for about 10 minutes or more (as needed).

4.One by one, remove the golf clubs from the warm, soapy water solution and brush each golf club with a soft-bristled brush. Scrub the club heads gently first. Never use a hard bristled brush (like a floor brush or a wall brush) in cleaning your golf clubs since it may damage the entire club head and may result to its decrease performance.

5.Once cleaned, rinse the golf clubs with cold water.

6.Dry the club head using a soft cloth towel. Once all the golf clubs are dry, check each club if there are any dirt, mud, stain, damage, rust or worn-out.

7.Put all the dry and clean golf clubs inside your golf bag. Never store a wet or damp golf club in a golf bag.

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