How to clean a golf club head?
Fill the bucket with warm water and add about three teaspoons of soap or dishwashing liquid to the bowl. Put the club heads in the water and leave them there for around five minutes. Then, take the irons out one-by-one and use the soft-bristle brush to remove the dirt. Get into the grooves of the club head and give them a really good clean.
How to clean a golf putter?
Instead, dip a towel or soft-bristle brush into a bucket of warm water with some soap or dishwashing liquid, and clean the dirt off the club. Make sure to get in the grooves and wipe the crown and sole as well. Putters can also be cleaned this way, as they should only need a quick wipe down.
What do you need to clean golf clubs?
What you will need to clean your golf clubs: Bucket Warm water Dishwashing liquid or soap An old toothbrush or a soft-bristle brush A towel Chrome or steel polish A cloth
Can you use a brush to clean grooves on a golf club?
Grooves that are filled in with caked-on dirt and debris won’t perform as intended; they will lose some grip on your golf ball, which can make the ball do funny things. Also drag the brush across the sole of the iron and over the back of the clubhead, removing dirt, grass and other debris. A soft-bristled brush should work fine.