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Cleaning the face of a golf club can be tricky. The little grooves make it a challenge to clean, and the dirt makes it a challenge to hit the ball accurately. There are a lot of places dirt can stick on clubs and your bag. The following tips will get your old or new clubs looking fresh:
1.) Spray GP66 full strength on the face of the club
2.) Use a small brush, toothbrush size, or scrub pad. A toothpick will help get into the grooves as well. Remember, you probably have a tee in your bag. Rinse with potable water and dry with a rag.
3.) Next, spray GP66 on the handle. Grips are expensive to replace, so you want to take a rag and go over it at least once a week. Depending on how much you play, you may not need to clean it that often. If your grips are getting worn over time, take a little sandpaper and give them a light sanding. It will rough up the surface, which will give you an incredible grip. Rinse with water and dry with a rag.
These little tips, although simple, can be forgotten easily.