All clubs come with a protective finish to prevent rust.
If you use any type of sandpaper use caution when trying to buff out a club.
Only use a new sandpaper, if you use one which has any rust particles from use on other metal types,
you stand a chance of embedding the particles into the club.
I suggest buffing a club with "Jewelers Rouge" using a Buffing Wheel after sanding.
It's a tedious process.
OT, but as someone who has worked in service industries my entire life, this kind of stuff annoys me. Good customer service is something I have always strived for and it shouldn’t take this level of complaint and public exposure to receive it. Obnoxious customers that complain about every little thing to get the service they want on the other hand, of which I’m certain @dennyjones is not, I don’t respond well to.
Sucks that you had to go through all of this but I’m glad it worked out for you in the end.
I don’t think 3 minutes is enough time to find a ball when you don’t have spotters.
we have a couple blind shots (over trees) where you go for a green in 2.
ive “lost” 2 really good shots. One was hiding in the corner of a bunker, the other was hiding in the rough right by the green.
both times it took my group about 5 minutes to find. Thanks USGA “grow the game”