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  1. 1. Do you use iron covers?

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My bought my iron used so I don't use head covers, however if I bought a new set or forged irons I definitely buy a set and used them.

I have a putter cover for my Scotty Cameron Newport 2.

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[QUOTE=joshtpa;163745]So glad you were never my caddie.[/QUOTE


Haha... i probably wouldn't have caddied for you if you didn't let me take em' off the whole time! Diff'rent strokes for diff'rent folks I suppose.

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I have them, and use them sparingly. I don't like the way they look, and they're kind of a pain to take on and off on a lot of shots. I keep one on my sand wedge, because it's the middle of the three Vokeys in the bag, and I don't want them dinged up too much!

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I use them. $5 at Walmart. Neoprene. Take it off and put it in my left hand front pocket, hit my shot, then back on. Not even as hard to use as a headcover on a wood. Its like second nature now. My driver, 3w, hybrid, and putter all have covers - why not my irons. Oh, none on the vokeys - 'the trusty rusties' I call them.

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Never. I can see using them for when you travel with ur clubs but i just wrap newspaper around each iron instead of buying a set of iron covers.

But i would never think of using them on the course, they just look tacky. I also like ppl to admire my beautiful set of irons. i dont want them covered by an ugly set of black headcovers!

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i have them on all my irons exept my vokey cause theres nothing it can touch....lol i have the old school black and white striped with the little ball on top.....theyre not a pain to take on and off....makes me feel better cause when im driving the golf cart that banging and clanging isent my clubs

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My irons are 20+ years old...Ping Eye 2's handed down from my grandfather. If they're in this good of shape after 20+ years w/o head covers, I don't really see the need to start using them now.


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I was using them when I got my new irons this spring, then I stopped when I found out it wasn't cool to use the covers. I've never cared too much what people think and my irons are showing marks from banging together. I usually walk and they don't really do much banging then, when I ride or in my car I will keep the covers on them.

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If my irons were brand new forged irons without a question I would buy iron covers. I bought my irons used so I don't worry about the small ding while walking.

If I were traveling, I would use towels and rubber bands to secure a couple of clubs together in the travel bags.

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iron covers are okay for traveling. i've changed my mind after realizing nobody uses them in real life that can actually play.

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I don't think I would use them if it were the hard plastic type. I have some soft type and they are very easy to stick in your pocket until after the shot and then put them back on. They are made out of a sponge type material and don't bother me in my pocket at all during my shot.

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