Do You Know To Keep Golf Clubs Clean In Good Condition?

3 simple ways to keep your golf clubs in good condition

It’s a fact that we are all in some way in love with our golf clubs. Especially on a good day. This is why UniGolf decided to put together the most important tips how to take care of your clubs.

This guide will show you everything you need to know about golf clubs care and will help you take better care of them so you could make the best out of your game.

TIP 1:

First and the most important thing is cleaning of which we often forget!

  • Wipe of dirt after each shot.Clubs are your friend, don’t take out your frustrations on them. Instead wipe debris of them with a towel. If you don’t have a towel, get one, it’s a must have thing!
  • Also make sure to dry them after a wet (rainy) round, otherwise it’s a possibility to find some rusty spots after time.
  • You don’t want to deal with club rust, but if you do, just sand away any minor surface rust with fine steel wool, graded at 0000. Anything coarser can damage the head. Finish up the job with a coat or two of furniture wax.
  • After a round of golf go to the clubhouse and clean all the clubs you used despite you wiped them with towel. Use a brush or a golf club washing machine. There is still some dirt in the grooves which is good to get it out.
  • If you didn’t clean your clubs well or at all,clean them at home. It’s also good to clean them now and then with a dishwashing detergent.


  • At home all you need is a bucket or a sink, a mild dishwashing detergent, an old toothbrush or other brush with soft plastic bristles, and an old towel for drying.
  • Don’t use a wiry brush or an abrasive cleaning agent if you want to maximize their lifetime.


  • When you clean woods just wash them with water and wipe away dirt and debris with a damp cloth, and dry immediately.
  • Any remaining dirt in the grooves can be gently brushed away with a toothbrush or other brush with soft plastic bristles, though it is not recommended to use the brush elsewhere on the head.


  • Have you ever had black fingers after golf? This means you probably have dirty grips.
  • You should also clean your grips when you feel they’re getting greasy and slippery. Especially in the summer time when your hands sweat a lot.
  • You can just wash them under water and use a towel to dry them or use detergent and brush – similar as with the clubs.
  • If you feel like your grips are getting worn out and cleaning doesn’t do the job, use a fine sandpaper and clean them with it under water. This should help to regain tacky grip feeling. If this doesn’t help, then you should get new grips.

Better grip – better control.

TIP 2.  

Second thing about golf club care is storage

  • To avoid is leaving golf clubs in the trunk of a car.
  • Golf clubs should be stored indoors, in a dry, temperature-controlled space to avoid any inconvenience.

TIP 3:

The last important thing are head covers.

  • Woods have head covers because they get damaged easily. Beside this they’re painted and it looks ugly if they’re all worn out. So use head covers!
  • Some golfers use also covers for irons .

Put some of these tips into action and see how well they work for you – I’m sure you’re going to have the best looking clubs in your flight next time..




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