February 04, 2017 at 02:16 AM
By Adam H
Adam HMarietta, Ohio
Hope everyone is getting to play some winter golf, played today in 29 degree stupidity.
Anyway, I recently purchased a set of 716 AP2'S, and I really want to keep them in top shape. I have a set of iron covers, but I think I recall reading that using them can cause moisture to build up, and rust the clubs quickly.
Thoughts? Advice? Previous experiences?
I.clean them after every round, just wondering if I should use the headcoversame?
Thanks in advance, keep em in the short grass.
Darron KFate, TX
February 06, 2017 at 07:42 PM
I use iron covers for the same reason to keep my bats nice & chip free but to also stop the clang clang of the clubs when carrying as the sound really bugs me.
As long as you clean & dry both clubs & covers along with your bag etc when you get home after they get wet then you'll have no problems
I have used the covers for several years now & take some stick for it but hey it's my clubs my bag they cost a lot of money & im just looking after my investment.
Picture of my set up (excuse he old cobra woods)
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Joey LFoster City
January 09, 2019 at 11:13 PM
Use them religiously. I didnt pay 1500 bucks for irons to have them dinged up and looking 10 years old in the first 3 months. I play with some jokers thatll unclip my bag from the cart when I'm not looking. I take off and bang! All my clubs come crashing down. Id rather keep them pristine for years to come
Haven't registered for Team Titleist yet?