Do irons need headcovers?

Head covers are not an essential item in your golf bag, but they do work extremely well to protect your clubs – whether it be your driver, fairway woods, irons or putter – from damage.

Do you need headcovers for golf clubs?

Head covers are not required, and most avid golfers use covers only for their driver, fairway woods, hybrid clubs and putter. However, there are also special covers for irons and a large variety of styles for all golf clubs.

Do new golf clubs come with headcovers?

Most driver covers are made of neoprene or cloth and some have a rubber or latex inner lining. According to a number of golf club retailers, a driver head cover is included in the purchase of a new driver.

How can I protect my irons?

Here are eight easy ways to take care of your golf clubs.

  1. Store your golf clubs properly.
  2. Never put your golf clubs away when wet.
  3. Use a golf towel.
  4. Use head covers on your woods.
  5. Clean the club heads between plays.
  6. Don’t forget to clean the grips.
  7. Regularly inspect the grips for wear and tear.

Do professional golfers use iron covers?

Aaron Rai, a two-time Euro Tour winner who just secured his PGA Tour card last month, uses iron covers, a jarring sight for a tour pro. Rai has no doubt been the butt of a few jokes on social media for committing such a crime.

Why do golfers use headcovers?

Head covers work to protect golf clubs from unintended damage. Golf clubs are made of precise alloy metals, lightweight carbon fiber and steel shafts. They are quite delicate when not being used for hitting a golf ball off of their club faces. To guard against damage, golfers place head covers on their clubs.

What is the purpose of headcovers?

Not only is the head of your golf club in danger of being scraped; the shaft is also delicate and can be damaged, hence the need for the material on the head cover and a nicely cushioned bag. Your golf clubs are an investment, not only in dollars but in the way you feel out on the course.

Can I use a sock as a headcover?

With a tube sock, you can cleanly and easily attach the sock to the head cover, and it will do a great job of protecting the golf shaft. These socks are usually very inexpensive, and you can even use some old (clean) ones that you have lying around.

How do you make a golf club cover out of a sock?

Glue the cut end of each tube sock to the inside of the hole cut in the bottom of each stuffed animal. It’s best to do this a little at a time. Apply a short line of fabric glue along the cut edge of the sock; then press the glue against the inside of the stuffed animal just above the hole you cut.

Does Callaway preowned give headcovers?

It is possible that a matching headcover may be available for purchase, but because they are not required for trade items, headcovers are not included with the purchase of non-Callaway Golf products. If you are looking for a headcover from a Other Manufacturer Equipment product, check on our Headcovers page.

Which clubs should have covers?

We recommend making sure your drivers, fairway woods, hybrids and putters are always protected with head covers. Your irons and wedges are a bit more durable and don’t necessarily need to be protected, but it’s not a bad idea.

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