Tuesday, November 22, 2011

How to Clean Golf Clubs

Golf clubs form an important part of your golf accessories and as a golfer or a lover of the game it’s your responsibility to keep them clean. If you have an unclean or dirty golf club then it might affect your performance, i.e. consistency and score. There are several ways in which you can keep your golf clubs clean.
One of the best ways to ensure that your golf clubs last long is to keep them clean and it’s not at all difficult.
Step 1
After every second round, inspect your clubs as you’d want to play the game with clean clubs. They not only look good when they are cleaned but also perform better. When you play in the course, dirt gets stuck in the grooves on the faces of woods and iron and thus prevents the ball from flying straight or as far as it could.
Step 2
You must clean the dirt out of the grooves of your club. For getting the dirt out make use of the point edge of a golf tee to run along the grooves. Avoid using items such as a screwdriver or knife as they could scratch or damage the club.
Step 3
Clean the shaft and the head of the club by getting a bucket of soapy water. Avoid using bleach or heavy detergent; instead use a light liquid soap. Rinse with warm water after you finish cleaning with the soap water.
Lastly dry the clubs completely with a dry rag. To ensure that you score heavily in every round, clean the golf clubs regularly.

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