GSB: How to Clean Your Golf Clubs
The off season is a great time for cleaning your clubs and doing other repairs and maintenance on your equipment. Some golfers will go to buy some new discount golf clubs
, some golfers prefer their old golf clubs. It's also a great time to take inventory of what you have, what you don't have and what you'll probably need to replace for next season.
When it comes to cleaning your taylormade r9 driver
, you have two basic choices. Have someone else do it for you, say, the pro shop--or, do it yourself. Not only does make me feel good afterwards--newly cleaned clubs look great--but it also gives me some quiet time to inspect my clubs slowly and closely, which is something I totally overlook during playing season.
Do NOT submerge your club heads into the bucket of water above the ferrules!!! For newer golfers, the ferrules are those black rings where the taylormade r9 irons
meets the shaft.
Put some warm water into the bucket, along with a dab of soap. Don't use very hot water. Hot water can loosen your ferrules. Also, you only need enough water to cover the heads of your callaway ft-iq driver
...not the ferrules!
Use your clean cloth to wipe and dry the callaway ft-9 driver
heads. Make sure they are dry. You can also run your cloth up the shaft to wipe it down to. Do not put your clubs back into the bag wet. Ishiner