Buyer’s Guide: Customized Hand Knitted Golf Club Covers
Golfers use head covers in protecting their graphite shafts and clubs and also to make a statement. You can find practical head covers in a sock shape or basic barrel, knitted in retro style or modern stretchy fabrics such as neoprene. Different types of fun head covers include college team mascots, animals, and flower shapes. Golf club head covers serve as protection to shafts and heads from any damage that may occur when clubs bump against your bag, whether you’re pulling them on a cart, carrying them or attaching them to a power cart. It is best to buy head covers with long socks for protecting the shafts if you are using graphite shafted woods.
Woods commonly use head covers such as fairway woods, driver and many other hybrid clubs you carry in your golf bag. In the past, woods were made from wood needing superior protection from elements or during a round, but today all woods are made of alloys or metal and they do not need the same level of protection. Uncommon types of head covers are plastic form-fitting covers or rubber used for protecting the heads of their irons. Today, when you buy a set of woods or a driver, they already come with free head covers fitting the clubs snugly. Today, there are many golfers who buy head covers to add little pizzas to their bags. Head covers are also used on putters in order to protect it from damage in the bag. Spending money in a good set of head cover is really worth it. Your clubs may bang together if left without head covers in your bag during a play causing denting and chipping. You have to know that number of clubs you have so you’ll know the number of head cover you’ll be needing, as well as know the specific needs of your clubs, such as an oversized driver would also need an oversized head cover.
Choose the perfect cover for your putter and make sure you know the difference between a blade cover and a mallet cover. There are different designs matching the designs of head covers such as animals and cartoon characters. Each person has a unique character and personality, so choose a head cover design that fits your style. It is important placing the head covers over appropriate clubs because there are soft sleeves that can just be slide over the clubhead and others are tailored to the shape and size of the club. Such head covers have usually snap together using magnets and may contain elastic, vinyl or leather components.A 10-Point Plan for Sports (Without Being Overwhelmed)