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Hey guys,

Pretty new to golf, but quickly becoming enamored with it. I am also trying to get my mother into it, I think she just needs to see that she can buy "cute" things to "accessorize" or whatever she likes to do. So i wanted to get her some golf head covers that are out of the ordinary but still stylish and relevant. anyone know a good website like this?

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iliac

http://www.iliacgolf.com/collections/leather-head-covers-exotics

http://www.iliacgolf.com/collections/leather-head-covers-contrast-stitch

http://www.iliacgolf.com/collections/headcovers

http://www.iliacgolf.com/collections/leather-head-covers-argyle

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Originally Posted by Michael11

Hey guys,

Pretty new to golf, but quickly becoming enamored with it. I am also trying to get my mother into it, I think she just needs to see that she can buy "cute" things to "accessorize" or whatever she likes to do. So i wanted to get her some golf head covers that are out of the ordinary but still stylish and relevant. anyone know a good website like this?

You're brand new to golf and want to get your mom involved in it because she can buy cute accessories. I used to think golf was a sport. Going to have my clubs melted down now. Toodles.

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Originally Posted by mvmac

iliac

http://www.iliacgolf.com/collections/leather-head-covers-exotics

http://www.iliacgolf.com/collections/leather-head-covers-contrast-stitch

http://www.iliacgolf.com/collections/headcovers

http://www.iliacgolf.com/collections/leather-head-covers-argyle

This  ^^^

www.iliacgolf.com

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http://www.stitchgolf.com/catalog

These are nice too.

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Hi, smylle.co.uk hand make golf head covers, they are top quality and are all unique designs that can customised and personalised.
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Ju Ju McCall gets a lot of good ink from guys on wrx

Supposedly better or as fine quality as Jan Craig, faster delivery, and less expensive.

Email her -

jujumc@charter.net

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I'd say iliac or JuJus I've owned them both, JuJus are nicer of the sock style, better quality and you can customize them. Iliac make very nice leather styled ones. Neither are cheap though.
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Originally Posted by Datsyuk

You're brand new to golf and want to get your mom involved in it because she can buy cute accessories. I used to think golf was a sport. Going to have my clubs melted down now. Toodles.

Too funny!

(And don't hate on the Wings.)

Toodles,

Straycat

Location: Hockeytown

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Strong bump... www.girlygolfer.com She rocks, and can make anything...
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Originally Posted by Datsyuk

You're brand new to golf and want to get your mom involved in it because she can buy cute accessories. I used to think golf was a sport. Going to have my clubs melted down now. Toodles

Exactly.

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