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I bought these for myself and also my dad and now wondering if you think my boyfriend would find it stupid or would he use them?

Stocking stuffer a bad idea?  heads-up magnetic head cover retriever … they were cheap enough and I got 3 in a pack which was enough for me.

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Any guys have input?  their site is themagneticgolfer

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No offence but I wouldn't want that as a gift. Gimmicky crap IMO. 

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My head covers never make it out of the cart. I pull it off the club and toss it in the basket.

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Personally, I would not want to have to attach anything to the butt of all of my clubs.

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Hey Lynnette,

I actually have these and love them and now quit throwing my head covers in the cart and always put them back on my clubs where they protect them from scratches like they were intended to.

 

I actually know several guys using them now and they love them!

 

My dad got them and all his friends use them as they like to protect their clubs too and thrown their head covers on the tee box and fairway all the time…great for saving on your sore back too.

 

Good luck :)

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Genius. Why is it, that I never come up with the little du'hickies. Ugh, never the less, should I get these as a gift, I would not be disappointed.

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