Properly Store Your Golf Clubs

Josh Kelley

Josh Kelley

SwingU Instructor

Depending on where you are in the world, the temperature can obviously vary. What shouldn’t, however, is how you are storing your golf clubs. Whether it’s the cold winter months or the hot summer months, the effect extreme temperatures can have on your golf clubs can be problematic.

The adhesive nature of golf clubs — epoxy, ferrules, club heads — can be impacted greatly by the temperature. A good rule of thumb is to always keep your clubs in a temperature-controlled environment. We recommend somewhere warmer than 50° F and cooler than 80° F. Take care of your clubs and hopefully, they’ll take care of you too. 

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