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Her website isn't much, but this woman traded texts with me for about ten days and then, when I finally had settled on everything on the morning of the 15th, she got to work and the items were in my hands at 2pm on the 17th. And it wasn't just one thing: I had ordered a driver, 3W, and hybrid head cover, plus an alignment stick cover and valuables pouch.

The fabric I had in mind didn’t exist (black/grey predominantly with three other colors), and I really wanted hardcovers that would match a whole bunch of different themes and things and whatnot that I have going on (blue and white for Behrend, orange and black and white for LSW, black and red for 5SK, green and orange for Golf Evolution, etc.), so I settled on a colorful plaid.

The first pic is darker and “pinker” due to my daughter’s window blinds.

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On 1/18/2020 at 10:17 AM, RoberX said:

WHat is her website?

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Custom handmade golf head covers from the finest wools, waterproof materials and unusual finds!

It’s not super updated. (Edit 2021-01-03: slightly more updated now.)

She stays busy without having to post everything there.

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Happy to announce Brenda has joined the site as @GeauGolf!

Welcome to TST!

Everyone else, if you have any ideas for headcovers, send them Brenda’s way. She’s made headcovers that look like Air Jordan sneakers, headcovers with highly customized logos/stitching/artwork, and so on. She specializes in the plaid/tartan wool headcovers, I think, but she can do almost everything.

I love my headcovers, and my daughter loves her putter headcover.

She can speak for herself but I’m hoping she adds photos of maybe her five to ten most best or favorite headcovers to show off her variety and range.

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Hi y’all! Geau golf here!  To answer some questions:  I finally updated my website somewhat but it’s not magnificent.

I don’t do plush animals.  That’s really daphnes thing.  I really stick more to the traditional barrel styles , boxing glove shapes, and putter covers. I also do valuables bags and zip pouches.  I work alone... it’s all hand made.   If you find me on Instagram you’ll see a nice collection of what I’ve made for people. eBay lists my general merchandise. 
 

anytime you have a question, just message me!

 

brenda

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I don't think I've shown this to anyone, but a year or so ago I got an alignment stick sleeve from @GeauGolf in the shape of a submarine:

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It's fun, looks cool, and gets a lot of compliments!

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Just now, GeauGolf said:

Oh wow! I remember that!! Still working??

 

brenda

Works great!

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Shortly after this conversation, I contacted Brenda to see if she could make a headcover for my wife's birthday.  In addition to golf, she takes trapeze lessons, just loves it.  With no more information than that, Brenda came up with a few ideas.  Mary Anne's birthday was this past Friday, and she absolutely LOVES her new headcover!

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7 hours ago, iacas said:

Brenda is currently working on something (well, in a few weeks when the fabric arrives) secret for @NatalieB.

So you won't tell us or her what it is?   (🤣).     

Brenda's covers look amazing.  

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