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post #19 of 30

I have to agree about Ju Ju's service. I found her through Dan's posts and she's been great. I was really indecisive, couldn't decide if I wanted burgundy/gray/black to match my bag, or if I wanted scarlet/white/black for my alma mater Rutgers. She sent me so many pictures to help choose, different primary colors, different highlights, etc. Since my wife was bugging me for Christmas ideas, I gave her Ju Ju's email and told Ju Ju exactly what I wanted and told her that if she hears from my wife, she'll know what to send, and if she doesn't she can expect my to buy them for myself on Dec. 26 LOL

 

I decided that I liked how the lines look on the 3W covers, so I asked for that on my driver, with a pom pom. Then the same design with a tassle on the 3W and then nothing on top for the 5W/Hybrid (I think that's how we did them, but I went back and forth so many times I'm not sure what we settled on). I'll post the pictures when I get them. Very excited, I think they're going to look classy.

 

Also, Ju Ju will do a putter head cover now, but she asks why style putter you have. Guess there was enough demand for them. 

post #20 of 30

 The headcovers look great and I'm real close to contacting Ju Ju.   My one concern is that I like to carry my bag and I'm wondering if 3 (driver, 3 wood, hybrid) heavy duty headcovers are going to add a lot of extra weight to my bag?

 

Thanks, Matt

post #21 of 30

Those of you that have these...how's the durability? I play a lot. Would hate to spend the $$$ and then need new headcovers in six months. I've heard that knit headcovers don't hold up well.

post #22 of 30

I can't speak for JuJu's, but can attest that my Jan Craig's are very durable.   The driver cover is 5 years old, the 3 wood is 6 years old, and the hybrid is about 3 years old.   None of them show any signs of wear, unraveling, etc.        It's actually kind of disappointing as I was planning on changing color schemes after a few years, but just can't bring myself to do it while the current ones are still looking good.

post #23 of 30
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 I'll post the pictures when I get them. Very excited, I think they're going to look classy.


Have you gotten your head covers.  Sure would like to see pics.

post #24 of 30

Sorry, forgot to come back and post them. I've got them on display now in my basement while I've got 2 feet of snow outside.

 

 

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post #25 of 30

Time to resurrect an old thread and give some huge kudos for Ju Ju for my latest headcovers.   I got a new bag and wanted to change up the color scheme a bit, so that meant some new covers.   I've used Jan Craig knit headcovers for years with great luck, but after hearing of Ju Ju's great service and quality I thought I'd give her covers a try.   

 

After dealing with her, I must say that all the good things you've heard are not only true, they are a significant understatement.     I emailed her last Saturday with some design ideas, and she replied immediately.   Over the weekend we exchanged a few more emails to nail the details, and I put a check in the mail on Monday morning.    Thursday she let me know they were done and ready to ship, and I received them today.     Less than 1 week for fully custom, hand knit wool head covers!!!     

 

The quality is exceptional.    As I mentioned I've used Jan Craig, and have felt they were high quality and they lasted a long time with minimal wear.      My new Ju Ju covers are even better, and include some design details that make them easier to use, like the flare at the bottom.     The wool is obviously of very high quality, and the consistency of the knitting is outstanding.....you might guess they were done by machine, but they aren't.     I've looked at Rocket Tour and other knit covers, and they aren't even close to being in the same league.   

 

Here are some pics.    I simply cannot recommend her work any more highly!

 

 

post #26 of 30

These are mine.  Can't agree more about the quality, as well as customer service.

 

post #27 of 30

Pics look good....not sure I would say "like" Jan craig, this thread motivated me to contact her for a quote on 20 driver covers, ..the price was about $12 less than a Jan craig cover, knowing that, I think i will place our order thru Jan craig.  Sometimes when you buy something "like " a kleenex...you end up with a chaffed nose.    I know that the Craigs will last for years, can be repaired, and have a resale value.  This post has been very helpful.

post #28 of 30

I buy colorful soccer football socks, cut them short, to 8.in, and stitch along the length to compress a bit. Work great and my golden and blue current colors means my trolley can be easily seen. Did i mention the very low cost, esp when bought at the Sally Ann shop.  

post #29 of 30
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Pics look good....not sure I would say "like" Jan craig, this thread motivated me to contact her for a quote on 20 driver covers, ..the price was about $12 less than a Jan craig cover, knowing that, I think i will place our order thru Jan craig.  Sometimes when you buy something "like " a kleenex...you end up with a chaffed nose.    I know that the Craigs will last for years, can be repaired, and have a resale value.  This post has been very helpful.

I've had both, and JuJus are higher quality.
post #30 of 30

I got some sent to me for free from RockBottomGolf a few years ago and they were nice to use until something snagged it. Now it looks rundown and needs replacing.

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