Microfiber Caddy Towel From Club Glove
By Kickntrue on 12/13/10
What does your golf towel look like? What does it feel like? If you're like a lot of people I play with- you need to replace your glorified dish towel and step up to the big leagues!
Sure- your golf towel's purpose is to get ridiculous dirty. You use it to wipe dirt and mud from your golf clubs, but that doesn't mean any rag will do. I'll give you that anything COULD work, but like most things in life you get what you pay for- and paying $19.95 instead of $8 for a luxury like the Club Glove Microfiber Caddy Towel is worth it.
From Club Glove:
Demanded by tour players and their caddies, these premium microfiber golf towels exceed professional tour standards and outperform any other towel in golf.Let's talk about proper usage of a golf towel. Most people I play with have a dry towel or two hanging from their bag and when it comes time to use it (if they ever use it) they go through this procedure or spitting on the towel or clubface and scrubbing the club furiously trying to clean the grooves. The pros on the other hand (or their caddies) use long towels like the Microfiber Caddy Towel from Club Glove and wet one end while leaving the other dry. They wet and clean and then dry- leaving the clubs perfectly clean after every shot.
You don't have to play golf long to know that the best time to get your clubs and grooves clean is right after every shot (or before each shot as part of a pre-shot routine assuming they are clean when you start). To that properly- it's worth a good towel like this one. The compromise... something you should be doing anyway- you have to DO LAUNDRY. Your towel is going to get a lot dirtier- but that's a good thing. It's better off on your towel than on your much more expensive golf clubs.
The Club Glove towel is not the only good towel on the market, but it's one of the simplest at a reasonable price. There is nothing fancy about it at all- but it's big, holds a ton of water and feels great. If microfiber is good enough to clean your smartphone screen- why not your golf clubs?!
At $19.95 they make a really great stocking stuffer- and your recipient will thank you for introducing him or her to one of golf's simple pleasures.
Learn More And Buy At ClubGlove.com
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I have one of these towels taht I recieved as a gift and I couldn't be happier with it, plus it looks good and not like a glorified dish towel. +1 on the ClubGlove towel..
These towels are the SHIT
Kurt the Knife says:
Gives me something to "throw in" during my round.
I got my Kaanapali turtle-petroglyphy-thing towel. Works OK n my wife was so excited to find it I'd hate to change it.
Though, nothin says ya can't have TWO towels...hmmm
Kurt the Knife says:
uhhhm... I think that's what they're FOR.
Not what they ARE.
@KtK- I think my bag has about 5 towels hanging off it- though most are really just club dampeners to keep them from banging while carrying or carting around.
What exactly are the "professional tour standards" that this product is exceeding? And since they claim to "outperform any other towel in golf", I'll asume that they have the study data to prove it! Sorry, I'm in a sh!*%y mood today, so I'll rip on some bogus marketing blather. Might go buy one to feel better.
Next time I'm in the US I'll check them out :)
Matt F says:
I actually have the Frogger golf towel. Wet the inside and it stays wet to clean the club heads and the outside stays dry to finish them off.
Bryan K says:
Jeez....I play with four towels. One is the nasty one to keep my clubs dry. I carry one with me to clean my ball once it gets on the putting surface. I use one to keep my hands dry because I can't wear a glove, and I use one to keep my face dry on those extremely excruciatingly hot and humid days.
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