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post #37 of 78

Think i will 'blast' my clubs with the hose that cleans flags/sidewalks,its mega powerfull and will get rid of all the dirt hidden in the grooves on the face of the club

post #38 of 78
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Bag boys?  Where do I find these?  I've played for 40 years and only seen them a couple of times, at resort courses.  Not even at all resort courses, only the fancier ones. 

 

I guess my home course is a fancy resort course then (it is a destination style resort course). I keep my clubs clean during play, so I always tell them I'm good when they come at me with the towel after a round, but I still give them 3 or 5 bucks, because they are also the starters, and will almost always get me out early if I just show up or have a late tee time.

post #39 of 78

haha, after reading this thread I cleaned my clubs last night.

 

I usually clean them every other round or so. I also use dishwasher soap and warm water, but I also use a magic eraser for some of the grass stains.

 

I've never actually heard of cleaning the grips before. I'll give that a try too next time around.

post #40 of 78

I clean my clubs after every round, except for my wedges. I just dry brush the grooves and leave 'em dirty. Grips get cleaned pretty often since some are Multi Compound Whiteouts.

post #41 of 78
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Originally Posted by Fourputt View Post

 

Bag boys?  Where do I find these?  I've played for 40 years and only seen them a couple of times, at resort courses.  Not even at all resort courses, only the fancier ones. 


 I used to be one, just send me your clubs and i'll clean them for 3 bucks.

post #42 of 78

I wipe them down as I play, but I give them a good cleaning after 3-5 rounds, including the grips.  I scrub them in warm, soapy water and dry them with a hand towel.  If my wife isn't around I'll just leave them on the kitchen counter to dry completely, otherwise I put them back in the bag and don't put the head covers on for several hours.

post #43 of 78
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Originally Posted by lumpuckeroo View Post

I wipe them down as I play, but I give them a good cleaning after 3-5 rounds, including the grips.  I scrub them in warm, soapy water and dry them with a hand towel.  If my wife isn't around I'll just leave them on the kitchen counter to dry completely, otherwise I put them back in the bag and don't put the head covers on for several hours.


same here...but I lay mine out on the counter in our laundry room so the grips can dry.

post #44 of 78

I brush and towel them after shots on the course ...and wipe them down with those lemon scented lysol disposable sani-wipes after every round.

post #45 of 78
After every shot, with a squirt from my bottle of orphan tears and a wipe from my baby kitten fur towel.
post #46 of 78
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After every shot, with a squirt from my bottle of orphan tears and a wipe from my baby kitten fur towel.

One recommendation. If you use a live kitten, he'll clean himself between shots and you won't ever have to wash the towel.
post #47 of 78
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One recommendation. If you use a live kitten, he'll clean himself between shots and you won't ever have to wash the towel.

And it's best to use a live orphan; their tears work best when fresh. Bottled orphan tears are overpriced anyway, just bring the kid on the course with you and say he's your caddy. I bring a photo album and say it's full of pictures of his parents. Then I show him all the blank pages. Gets enough to cover the iron set every time, If I laugh at him as well I can get my woods as well.

post #48 of 78
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And it's best to use a live orphan; their tears work best when fresh. Bottled orphan tears are overpriced anyway, just bring the kid on the course with you and say he's your caddy. I bring a photo album and say it's full of pictures of his parents. Then I show him all the blank pages. Gets enough to cover the iron set every time, If I laugh at him as well I can get my woods as well.

And someone has to feed the damn cat anyways.....
post #49 of 78

I don't even use my clubs anymore so I don't risk getting them dirty. I just simply show up, walk around with my bag, stand around the clubhouse for a few hours, and then head home. Once I reach my house I head straight to my basement, go into the locked hidden door, open up the dimly lit bullet-proof glass case and hoist up my clubs onto the 4 foot high resting place. Shut the glass door, set the alarms, and go watch Home Shopping Network.

post #50 of 78
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Originally Posted by David in FL View Post

One recommendation. If you use a live kitten, he'll clean himself between shots and you won't ever have to wash the towel.

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Originally Posted by LuciusWooding View Post

And it's best to use a live orphan; their tears work best when fresh. Bottled orphan tears are overpriced anyway, just bring the kid on the course with you and say he's your caddy. I bring a photo album and say it's full of pictures of his parents. Then I show him all the blank pages. Gets enough to cover the iron set every time, If I laugh at him as well I can get my woods as well.

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And someone has to feed the damn cat anyways.....


Hahahaha!!!b2_tongue.gif
post #51 of 78
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Originally Posted by colin007 View Post

After every shot, with a squirt from my bottle of orphan tears and a wipe from my baby kitten fur towel.

 

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Originally Posted by David in FL View Post


One recommendation. If you use a live kitten, he'll clean himself between shots and you won't ever have to wash the towel.

 

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Originally Posted by LuciusWooding View Post

And it's best to use a live orphan; their tears work best when fresh. Bottled orphan tears are overpriced anyway, just bring the kid on the course with you and say he's your caddy. I bring a photo album and say it's full of pictures of his parents. Then I show him all the blank pages. Gets enough to cover the iron set every time, If I laugh at him as well I can get my woods as well.

 

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And someone has to feed the damn cat anyways.....

 

Some of the best posts I've ever read on this ship of tools

post #52 of 78
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Some of the best posts I've ever read on this ship of tools


I take it you're not an orphan...?
post #53 of 78

i sit down in the living room after a round and clean all my clubs. my irons don't get a lot in the grooves while i play, but i am almost OCD with cleaning out my wedges after every shot. i should really clean my grips though, i don't think i've ever done it.

post #54 of 78
I do several levels of cleaning, after every shot a bronze brush and towel wipe, every two weeks a full wash from grip to tip and at the end of each month I clean both my clubs from tip to grip and shoes then armorall and change out any questionable soft spikes.
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