/*Scroll to top when arrow up clicked BEGIN*/ /*Scroll to top when arrow up clicked END*/
Collapse

Announcement

No announcement yet.
Collapse

Is this okay to do? relates to golf club grooves

X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Is this okay to do? relates to golf club grooves

    Tried Googling this but didn't see anything so thought I'd ask here; the pointy-needle thingy on my golf club brush has pretty much worn out so lately, I've just been using a pretty decent-sized picture nail as a substitute to clean the grooves of my irons - mainly wedges.

    Any objections to this or possible other ideas to clean golf club grooves, aside from soap and water and an old tooth brush?


    Thx,

    TMAzn


  • #2
    sounds like a "stocking stuffer" suggestion for Christmas
    Every great idea starts out as a blasphemy

    Comment


    • #3
      Originally posted by TMAzng01f3R View Post
      Tried Googling this but didn't see anything so thought I'd ask here; the pointy-needle thingy on my golf club brush has pretty much worn out so lately, I've just been using a pretty decent-sized picture nail as a substitute to clean the grooves of my irons - mainly wedges.
      Any objections to this or possible other ideas to clean golf club grooves, aside from soap and water and an old tooth brush?
      Thx, TMAzn
      I recommend one of these gadgets:
      I had one and they can be used for Square U or V groves. Be advised very sharp best used with club in a vice and wear mechanics gloves..
      All the details here on Amazon.
      https://www.amazon.ca/X6-Groove-Shar...=x6+golf+club+ groo ve+sharpener&qid=1573713577&sr=8-5

      Had to edit cannot find it getting old.
      Last edited by 4underthru9; Nov 14, 2019, 02:33 AM.
      plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose

      Comment


      • #4
        Originally posted by TMAzng01f3R View Post
        Tried Googling this but didn't see anything so thought I'd ask here; the pointy-needle thingy on my golf club brush has pretty much worn out so lately, I've just been using a pretty decent-sized picture nail as a substitute to clean the grooves of my irons - mainly wedges.

        Any objections to this or possible other ideas to clean golf club grooves, aside from soap and water and an old tooth brush?


        Thx,

        TMAzn
        I clean my grooves after every shot. A wet towel, plastic brush is all I have ever needed.
        Driver - Taylormade SIM MAX 9.0 Diamana S
        3W - Taylormade M4
        5 wood - Callaway X Hot
        4 Hybrid - Taylormade R15
        Irons - Taylormade 2017 P790 5-PW
        Wedge - 52 Raw Jaws/56 MD 2 tour grind
        Putter - Scotty Cameron Newport 2

        Comment


        • #5
          ^^^^ this is all you need to do for cleaning the groves on your wedges, I certainly wouldn't be using a picture nail, no need for that, a stiff brush and water is all you need …
          Thomas4golf

          Titleist TS2 / Kuro-Kage Black Dual Core
          Callaway XR Hybrids, 4,5,6 / Accra i-Series
          6 - PW Miura TC-201- Mitsubishi MMT 60
          Miura Tour Wedge, 52* 56* 60* / Project X LZ
          Taylormade Spider X Chalk # 3
          SM C-130 Cart Bag
          Stewart X9 Remote
          Leupold GX/3i
          Member of Cedar Brae G&C Club

          Comment


          • #6
            get yourself a battery operated Oral-B toothbrush. Takes two AA battery.. Total cost 8 dollars..

            things change

            Comment


            • #7
              Egad! A Nail?

              Not needed and will take the finish off and risk scratching the face if not super careful.

              As mentioned, a wet towel does the trick.

              I have used these brushes for years and never have a problem cleaning my grooves. It shouldn't require a nail.

              Comment


              • #8
                I use this. $6.99 at Golf Town

                Click image for larger version

Name:	GREY?$default$&w=1414&h=1414.jpg
Views:	152
Size:	305.6 KB
ID:	3066260
                MEMBER OF THE 2012 AND 2015 RYDER CUP CHAMPS!

                Comment


                • #9
                  Originally posted by 4underthru9 View Post

                  I recommend one of these gadgets:
                  I had one and they can be used for Square U or V groves. Be advised very sharp best used with club in a vice and wear mechanics gloves..
                  All the details here on Amazon.
                  https://www.amazon.ca/X6-Groove-Shar...=x6+golf+club+ groo ve+sharpener&qid=1573713577&sr=8-5

                  Had to edit cannot find it getting old.
                  That device probably makes the clubs non-conforming to the Rules (regardless of what it says in the ad).

                  Comment


                  • #10
                    Originally posted by rulie View Post

                    That device probably makes the clubs non-conforming to the Rules (regardless of what it says in the ad).
                    Not to mention that it can , if over done, shred the s**t off the cover of your brand new Pro V and make putting with that ball impossible so you'll need a new ball.
                    plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose

                    Comment


                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Jeffc View Post
                      I use this. $6.99 at Golf Town

                      Click image for larger version

Name:	GREY?$default$&w=1414&h=1414.jpg
Views:	152
Size:	305.6 KB
ID:	3066260
                      Yep, I use that one as well. The older models were a little smaller and harder on the hands. Then follow up with a wet towel and then the dry end. Instead of buying purpose-built golf towels, we use old bathroom towels that are past their prime. Cut to size and sewn around the edges, they work great. We use the Golf Towel Holder(do a search-they're Canadian) to attach them to the bag.

                      Comment


                      • #12
                        So I figured with the picture nail I was using, it was basically the same sharpness and look as those pointy thingies on some golf brushes so that's why I was using it.

                        I assume then these things aren't safe to use then in general - even from a legit golf brush, as in they can damage the finish?
                        Attached Files

                        Comment


                        • #13
                          I would stay away from the steel bristle brushes as they could damage the finish on your irons.

                          As with the others, I use a wet towel and the pointy end of a tee to clean my irons during a round. At home after the round, they get cleaned with a plastic bristled brush (you can get them at the dollar store) and warm water, then dried with a clean towel.

                          Comment

                          Collapse

                          Join The TGN Email List


                          Collapse

                          Recently Joined


                          Topics: 180,120   Posts: 1,886,801   Members: 48,527   Active Members: 483
                          Welcome to our newest member, bujouves.
                          Collapse

                          Today's Birthdays


                          There are no members with birthdays today.

                          Collapse

                          PGA Leaderboard


                          Working...
                          X