What is the point of golf head covers?
Protection. Golf club head covers are designed to protect the heads and shafts of your woods from damage that can occur when the clubs jostle around in your bag. Whether you carry your clubs, pull them on a cart or attach them to a power cart, some jostling is inevitable.
Which golf clubs should have covers?
United States Golf Association rules allow for as many as 14 clubs in your golf bag. Fewer clubs are permitted. Head covers are not required, and most avid golfers use covers only for their driver, fairway woods, hybrid clubs and putter.
Should I cover my golf clubs?
Protect Your Clubs Still, even today’s metal woods can benefit from head covers. The graphite shafts on many woods are susceptible to damage that can be prevented by covers that feature longer necks for the shaft. Covers will also reduce damage to the face of your clubs; damage that can affect the shots you make.
Do Callaway drivers come with a head cover?
+ Do my clubs come with headcovers? All Callaway Golf woods are shipped with a Callaway Golf headcover.
Are iron covers worth it?
Should you put covers on your irons? You should definitely put covers on your irons if you’re worried about damage. Iron covers are far more beneficial for golfers who carry their clubs on their back in a carry bag, or drive a motorised cart – as opposed to golfers who carry their clubs in a push cart during a round.
Should you use a putter cover?
A putter cover helps safeguard your putter from the wear and tear it is likely to suffer due to scratches from other equipment in the bag. They are specially designed to safeguard your putter. The putter cover not only protects your putter but also gives it a stylish look.
Why do golfers hate iron covers?
Players who take this view will often frown upon golfers who use iron covers, mainly because they deem them to be unnecessary, fiddly, easy-to-lose items that are more trouble than they’re worth.
Do new golf clubs come with covers?
Every driver, fairway wood and utility club come with headcovers these days and it would seem reasonable to assume that they were designed to keep the heads of those clubs looking shiny and new so that they can perform their best.
Should I use a putter cover?
Do pros use headcovers?
The majority of golfers will use a head cover to protect their driver as it’s usually one of the most expensive clubs in their bag – and it’s a great way to show off some of their personality, too.
When you buy a golf driver does it come with the cover?
Do professional golfers use iron covers?
They are leather and canvas, all (gulp) eight of them, and yes, they do help to keep his clubs in fine shape. But as Rai explained in an interview on SiriusXM PGA Tour radio, that’s not quite why he uses them.