How to clean a Golf club
After the day’s swings, chips, and putts, your clubs probably won’t look good. And one of the tricks of Golf is their correct and timely cleaning. Not only will your inventory last longer, but perhaps a clean and smooth putter will improve your shot. Who knows? You may even like this process.
Add a little dish detergent to the warm water. The water should not be too hot, otherwise the metal rim will expand and the club head may lose its stability. The water container should be large enough to hold as many clubs as necessary.
Pour so much water into the container that it covers only the heads of the clubs, you do not need to wet the metal rim once again.
Immerse the club heads in warm water for a few minutes. If the clubs are not very dirty, then 5 minutes in soapy water should be enough. For particularly dirty clubs or grass stains, it may take 10 minutes.
Pull the stick out of the water and clean the head with a thick brush of coarse bristles or a toothbrush. Carefully clean the front of the head first, then the back, and finally the top and base.
Never use a wire brush, because it can damage the coating of the club and affect the quality of the stroke.
Do not put voodoo in warm soapy water. Instead, wipe the wood head thoroughly with a damp towel. Clean the indentations on the inside of the head with a toothpick or other similar tool.
Rinse the clubs with cold water. Try not to wet the metal rims, but if a little water still got, it’s not the end of the world.
Wipe the heads with a soft, dry towel. Make sure that all clubs are clean and dry.
Put the clubs in the bag. Never put wet or wet clubs in your bag. Put the covers on the clubs.