We were so excited to receive our new Golf ClubSox Tennessee headcover that we couldn’t wait to write about it, so our earlier post was more of an announcement than a review. Now that golf season is in full swing, we’ve had a chance to put it to the test.
Not only does it stand out in the bag, far eclipsing the style of our previous Tennessee Volunteers headcover, but as you can see, also that of the Georgia Bulldogs headcover, which for obvious reasons is relegated to my rescue club. The obvious reason is that I’m a huge Tennessee Volunteers fan. I went to the University of Tennessee and my daughter went to the University of Georgia and we have a great time teasing each other when football season rolls around (she’s definitely had the upper hand the past several years, but watch out this year!). I picked up the Georgia headcover when I was in Athens for her graduation, so replacing my aging Tennessee headcover became a priority.
My Tennessee Golf ClubSox is made, as they all are, with 100 percent wool crepe. The elasticity of the headcover is amazing. It goes over your driver like a sock goes over your foot, and just as they promise, it stays there. The knitting is tight and it returns to its original position when being taken on and off your club. Photos do not do Golf ClubSox justice. When you hold one in your hand you know you’re holding quality. They have a weight about them that you know will stand the test of time.
Golf ClubSox can make a custom headcover for just about any college team. Below are just a few of the designs, and they also make breast cancer awareness, veterans, and USA headcovers, just in time for the upcoming Olympics!
You can choose between one of their designs, or you can have a custom made headcover made just for you. I needed to replace my old driver headcover, and I really wanted it to stand out. I sent them a photo of my old headcover, made some suggestions for the new one, and the results were outstanding. Check out their photo gallery here. Allow about two weeks for your custom made clubsox. They can make just about any design you can think of. Golf ClubSox recently made a set of custom headcovers for Symetra Tour player Emily Gimpel, who is currently competing at the W.B. Mason Championship. That’s her in the photo above!
Golf ClubSox not only pass the test, they ace it with flying colors!
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