The key to having your golf clubs last for years to come is by keeping them in a dry and temperature controlled environment. If you know you won’t be playing for awhile due to an injury, or maybe winter is keeping you off the links, use these storage tips to maximize the longevity of your clubs:
- Before you store your golf clubs, make sure they are clean. Clean the clubheads and grips with warm water and wipe down the shafts. Remember to avoid getting the ferrules wet or they will rust. Make sure they are completely dry before storing them in your golf bag.
- Store your golf bag in a climate controlled unit free of humidity and moisture. If you have a rain cover for your golf bag, cover your golf bag for added protection.
- Do not keep your golf clubs in the trunk of your car or your garage for a long period of time. The heat and humidity will rust your clubs-making them unusable. Constant exposure to cold weather will not damage the clubhead or shaft but can possibly dry out the grips and cause them to harden or crack.
Follow these easy instructions, and your golf gear will last for years to come!
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