Head covers are used by golfers in order to protect their graphite shafts and clubs as well as make a statement. Head covers come in different colors, styles and designs such as sock shape, basic barrel, knitted retro style or modern neoprene or other stretchy fabrics. Fun head covers may include animals, flower shapes, and college team mascots. Every golfer must buy a golf club cover in order to protect your clubs’ heads and shafts from damage due to clubs jostling around your bag, whether you carry them, pull them on a cart or attaching them to a power cart. If you use graphite-shafted woods, it is better to purchase head covers with long socks for protecting the shafts.
Head covers are most commonly used for different types of woods such as fairway woods, driver and many other hybrid clubs you carry in your golf bag. Before woods were made from real wood but today they are made of metals or alloys, with different level of protection needed. Some golfers use plastic form-fitting covers or rubber for protecting the heads of their irons. If you buy a set of woods or a driver, they usually come with head covers to fit the clubs snugly. Today, many golfers buy hand knitted golf club covers to add little pizzas to their bags. To protect the putter from damage, many golfers used head covers to their putter. Investing in a good set of head covers is worth it. If clubs do not have head covers, they can bang together during a round play in your bag that may result to denting or chipping. When buying head covers, take note of the number of clubs you have and their specific needs, like an oversized driver would also need an oversized head cover.
In choosing the right Retro knitted golf covers for a putter, you have to know that difference between a blade cover and a mallet cover. Head covers have a wide range of designs to match the look of specific clubs to plush animals and cartoon characters. Each person has a unique character and personality, so choose a head cover design that fits your style. There are soft sleeves that can be slide over the clubhead and other head covers are tailored to the shape and size of the club, so it is important placing the head covers over appropriate clubs. These head covers have usually snap together using magnets and may contain vinyl, elastic or leather components.
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