Why do golf clubs have socks on the shafts?

Why do golf clubs have socks on the shafts?

Socks, or head covers protect the enamel or whatever finish is on the driver, fairway woods, hybrids, and their shafts protected from banging against each other or, in the case of protecting shafts, the length of the sock/cover keeps the iron he What are the 3 dumbest things we spend too much money on?

Can you wear socks with golf shorts?

Well not so much the shorts themselves – most clubs require that they are tailored and long – but in the matter of the accompanying socks. Some clubs require long socks, so that the only bare bit of flesh left is a knee cap; others allow any type of socks; some only allow short socks if they are white.

Should golfers wear black socks to Wimbledon?

When the club responded by confirming its Wimbledon-esque dress code included no black socks, but that Cole should have been offered the chance to change them, he tweeted this: Dress codes in golf are certainly nothing new and are debated all the time.

Why do golfers wear head covers?

PGA Tour great Tiger Woods, for example, created renewed interest in such head covers with his tiger, Frank, who was featured in a series of commercials. 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.