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post #55 of 65
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Originally Posted by Stretch View Post

I don't even clean my irons after every round. :)

I keep them relatively clean while playing (no wet towel though) but I don't think I've EVER sat down and gave them a real cleaning off the course.

Might be time.
post #56 of 65
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Originally Posted by Ernest Jones View Post


 I don't think I've EVER sat down and gave them a real cleaning off the course.
 

 

Me neither.  Never once.  No need to.

post #57 of 65
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Originally Posted by David in FL View Post

 

Me neither.  Never once.  No need to.

Agreed.  Might have done this once ever.  It seems they'll be in the dirt and grass again too soon to warrant much time spent on this.

post #58 of 65

I carry a spray bottle of water in the cup holder on my push cart. Spray the club & wipe, good to go.

post #59 of 65
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Originally Posted by Spyder View Post


I do enjoy my Friday routine of polishing up the clubs and washing them while having a few cold ones outside though. I do this every Friday between 10am-12pm.

...It's 5 o'clock somewhere you bastards... don't judge me! c2_beer.gif

 

 

Do you clean your clubs before or after you rearrange the cars in the valet lot? a3_biggrin.gif

 

post #60 of 65
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Originally Posted by zipazoid View Post

 

 

Do you clean your clubs before or after you rearrange the cars in the valet lot? a3_biggrin.gif

 

 

lol c2_beer.gif

I have to work around my son's napping schedule, hence the OCD schedule! 

post #61 of 65

 I clean my irons after every shot. I keep a wet towel on my bag just for that purpose. If the club is dirty or the grooves have dirt in them it may affect the shot. This game is hard enough without adding another problem to it. Also have a groove cleaning tool attached to my bag for those tough to clean times.

post #62 of 65

Like many others here, I always have a wet towel on my bag for cleaning ball and club.  It's so automatic to just wipe the clubhead after each shot that I don't even think about it.  Doesn't matter if it's dirty or not.  If I play from rough or sand or take a divot, them I'm definitely brushing the grooves as well as wiping the face.

post #63 of 65

I get dirt in my iron grooves pretty much every shot unless I really belly the ball, so yes every shot gets the wet towel treatment. And, I'm seeing the difference with my son's clubs - his grooves are ragged, worn, and permanently discolored - they look like they have dirt in them but it doesn't come out even with a scrubby pad.

post #64 of 65
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Originally Posted by dak4n6 View Post

I get dirt in my iron grooves pretty much every shot 

Mine look like I've been gardeningf3_laugh.gif

post #65 of 65

No wet towel, but a quick wipe with my towel after the shot, then a thorough cleaning after the round. Wedges get the grooves cleaned out after / before the shot. 

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