How to Clean and Store Your Golf Clubs

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Golf clubs can be an investment, and you should treat them as one. With regular cleaning and proper storage, your set of clubs will look good and play well for years to come.

When cleaning your clubs, dip the clubhead into a bucket filled with lukewarm water and a light dish soap. You can use a soft-bristled brush to clean the grooves. This can be particularly helpful with irons and wedges. Don’t forget to wipe the grips and shaft down with a moist towel, too.

Find a climate-controlled area to store your golf clubs. Look to avoid excessive heat, cold and moisture.

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