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This is how you clean your golf clubs - simply and effectively

Every time you play a round of golf, your clubs are put through a lot. From the force of the blow to exposure to the elements, clubs can quickly show signs of wear and tear. But don't worry, being able to properly clean your golf clubs is a great way to protect them and maintain their quality. Here's a guide to keeping your clubs in top condition.

What you need to clean golf clubs Cleaning golf clubs does not require special tools or products. You probably already have what you need at home. Basic things you need are:

  • A bucket
  • Hot water
  • Washing-up liquid
  • An old toothbrush or soft-bristled cleaning brush
  • A clean and dry towel
  • Polishing agent for chrome or steel
  • Soft cloth

These are basic supplies, but you don't need to use them on every part of your clubs.

Cleaning different materials on golf clubs The best way to clean your golf clubs depends on the material. Metal and wood in club heads, shafts and handles require different techniques and products.

Metal club heads: Iron clubs and wedges

  • Mix warm water and dish soap in the bucket.
  • Dip the clubhead into the soapy water. If you clean the clubs regularly, about 10 minutes is enough, otherwise leave them for up to 20 minutes for heavy dirt.
  • Use the toothbrush or soft brush to clean all angles of the club head, especially in the grooves.
  • Rinse thoroughly with water, making sure all soap and dirt is removed.
  • Dry the club head completely with the towel.
  • Apply polish, let rest for 2 minutes, then polish with soft cloth.

Wooden club heads

  • Mix warm water and dish soap in the bucket.
  • Dip a clean towel in the water and wipe the club head.
  • Dry immediately to prevent damage.
  • Let the clubhead dry for a while and then put on a headcover .

Clean the rest of the golf club

  • Grips: Use a soft cloth dampened with water and washing-up liquid to wipe away dirt. Then rinse thoroughly and dry immediately.
  • The shaft: Use a damp towel to wipe off dirt. Then dry with a dry towel.

Cleaning Rusty Golf Clubs If your golf club shaft develops rust, use a clean towel and white wine vinegar to remove the oxidation. Do not scrub the rust off with a brush as this can damage the shaft.

How often should you clean your golf clubs? How often you need to clean your golf clubs depends on how often you play. In general, you should aim to clean them at least once every couple of rounds. If you play on a muddy course or notice dirt in the grooves of your irons and wedges, clean them sooner. It's also a good idea to use your golf towel to wipe the heads after each shot to reduce the need for cleaning.

Clean and protect your clubs By following these methods on how to clean golf clubs, you can keep your equipment spotless and playable for as long as possible. Remember, the better you protect your clubs, the less time you have to spend cleaning.

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