Re: How do you take care of your clubs?I have alot of respect of people that take care of their posessions. It shows great pride. Also, it is worth noting that golf clubs are designed to swing in excess of 80 MPH at a golf ball, they have to impact a solid object repeatedly and wear very slowly, if at all. They are tools with no moving parts. They are very rugged, and while it helps to keep the grooves clean and the excess dirt off, you can certaintly go overboard with them.
I personally use a bucket with the hotest hot water I can get in it out of my faucet. Just enough to cover the club faces but not to go above the top of the hosel. I let my clubs soak in hot water for a few minutes (wedges are first in last out, since they are usually the dirtiest) and after words I take a dry cloth and scrub them out. If the grooves are not clean after that, I will take a tee to them to scrape out any remaining dirt.
The woods and hybrids (because they tend to float on account of being hollow) just get a quick dunk and a through rubbing.
I take great pride in knowing that when I arrive on the first tee, I will at least look like I know what I am doing.