Best Golf Towel you have found?

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Was in Dicks looking for a golf towel really fast before a round. And the fast selection there is really bad.



What is the best golf towel or work around to wipe your clubs with? And to have one for your hands and face.
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  • tobiasjdtobiasjd  493WRX Points: 85Members Posts: 493
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    Players Towel is pretty good.



    Club Glove is good.
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  • One_Putt_BlunderOne_Putt_Blunder  10835WRX Points: 256Members Posts: 10,835
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    Players towel........
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  • getitdailygetitdaily  2986WRX Points: 278Handicap: +.5Members Posts: 2,986
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    Regular old white cotton towel from target so u can bleach it every now and then.



    It's a towel dude...don't overthink it.
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  • phil75070phil75070 North Texas - 32m North of Dallas 1906WRX Points: 112Handicap: 3.6Members Posts: 1,906
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  • third-times-a-charmthird-times-a-charm  2338WRX Points: 777Members Posts: 2,338
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    This one, the Nike jaquard towel. The best:



    https://amzn.to/2o6qMcy
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  • BB28403BB28403  4160WRX Points: 636Members Posts: 4,160
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    getitdaily wrote:
    Regular old white cotton towel from target so u can bleach it every now and then.



    It's a towel dude...don't overthink it.




    I feel you on that, I went with grey ones from target but they got swept up into home towels.



    Seems like once something leaves the car area, hard to find again. Haha
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  • 4rheel4rheel OC, California 2154WRX Points: 315Members Posts: 2,154
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    phil75070 wrote:




    This is a great idea! Wonder if it's strong enough to stay attached to the post of the golf cart during a bumpy patch.
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  • sheppy335sheppy335 TMAG Junkie  6442WRX Points: 183Handicap: 19Members Posts: 6,442
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    Players Towel for me.
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    TM M3 440 TP 10 Mitsubishi Kai'li
    TM M2 Tour 15 Kuro Kage
    TM M1 Tour 18 Aldila RIP Alpha 6
    TM TP UDI 2 iron 18 UST Recoil 110
    TM TP UDI 3 iron 20 Paderson KINETXX 950
    TM RSi TP UDI 4 iron 23 Aldila Trinity 65
    TM P790 6,7 Nippon Modus 3 130
    TM P790 Black 8-PW Nippon Modus 3 130
    TM xFT TP 50 Nippon Pro WV115
    TM Milled Grind Black Wedge 54 Nippon Pro Black WV115
    TM Milled Grind Satin 58 Nippon Pro WV115
    TM Rossa Ghost Tour AGSI+ FO-74

    I drop the 2 iron or one of the other UDI's based on course.
  • leopoldstotchleopoldstotch  356WRX Points: 3Handicap: 21Members Posts: 356
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    I like the Frogger.

    When it's dry out, you soak the inside of the towel so it helps clean the clubs and use the outside to dry.

    When it's wet out, you get the outside wet and keep the inside dry.



    Very soft, very durable.



    https://www.froggergolf.com/shop/golf-towels/
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  • i*windowsi*windows  2256WRX Points: 222Handicap: 12.3Members Posts: 2,256
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    in 2001 when I moved to Germany I was about to play when it started raining. I had left my towel at home so needed to buy one. The pro shop only had Titleist towels which cost 19 euros! I was stunned at the price, but I still have the towel on my bag today and it looks like it will last another 17 years!
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  • carrier streetcarrier street  1230WRX Points: 165Members Posts: 1,230
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    I just go with the Club Glove ones.
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    P790 UDI 2 iron
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  • zwhitworthzwhitworth  1888WRX Points: 116Members Posts: 1,888
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    phil75070 wrote:




    Wow. Just ordered one of these image/smile.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':)' />
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  • snoilr1snoilr1  508WRX Points: 59Handicap: 17.2Members Posts: 508
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    BB28403 wrote:

    getitdaily wrote:
    Regular old white cotton towel from target so u can bleach it every now and then.



    It's a towel dude...don't overthink it.




    I feel you on that, I went with grey ones from target but they got swept up into home towels.



    Seems like once something leaves the car area, hard to find again. Haha


    Go to the auto section at Target and you can buy a six pack of white towels for $8. You will have more than you need, and won’t care much if you lose them. The quality isn’t much lower than the hand towels in the bath section.
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  • Snowman9000Snowman9000  1198WRX Points: 197Handicap: 10Members Posts: 1,198
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    I'm hoping my answer will be the Frogger. I have one coming tomorrow. I love the concept, and hope it works out as advertised.
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    Titleist dry hood. It doubles up as a cover for my clubs.
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  • LithovtLithovt LithoVT Bristol, TN 102WRX Points: 36Handicap: 10.3Members Posts: 102
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    I like the Club Glove microfiber towel.
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  • dog flogdog flog  1364WRX Points: 26Members Posts: 1,364
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    Hang one soaked Frogger and a club brush on one side of your bag. Those are for your clubs. Hang a soaked Frogger of a different color and a dry towel on the other side of your bag. Those are for your hands and face.
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  • The Mad BomberThe Mad Bomber I seem to not like new things. Get off my lawn...  1060WRX Points: 157Members Posts: 1,060
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    By far and away:



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    TS 3 8.5º w/ Grafalloy blue
    909F2 15.5º w/ Grafalloy blue
    T-MB 2 iron C-Taper
    Mizzy MP-5,  4-9 C-Taper
    SM6 47º, 52º, 56º, 60 C-Taper
    Scotty Newport 2, 35" Tour Issue X7, Hard stepped x2, Tipped 2"


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  • cgasuckscgasucks  2398WRX Points: 315Members Posts: 2,398
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    I like the Frogger.

    When it's dry out, you soak the inside of the towel so it helps clean the clubs and use the outside to dry.

    When it's wet out, you get the outside wet and keep the inside dry.



    Very soft, very durable.



    https://www.froggerg...op/golf-towels/




    +1. I have one myself and from I understand, the towel is partly made out of bamboo which is why is it pretty **** durable. The older it gets, the softer it is. Well worth the $30 CDN that I paid for 6 years ago.
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    1999 Ben Hogan Apex Blades (3-PW) with stock Apex 4 Steel Shafts
    Taylormade V-Steel 5W & 3W with Grafalloy Prolaunch Red shafts
    Taylormade ATV wedges in 54 and 58 degrees with stock steel shafts
    Rife Island Series Aruba Blade Putter
  • ShilgyShilgy Phoenix 12084WRX Points: 1,196Handicap: 2.9Members Posts: 12,084
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    getitdaily wrote:


    Regular old white cotton towel from target so u can bleach it every now and then.



    It's a towel dude...don't overthink it.
    Sure in Florida that may be true. Here in Arizona I much prefer the microfiber waffle towels. Regular towels dry out much too quickly during the round.
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  • dubbelbogeydubbelbogey  496WRX Points: 227Members Posts: 496
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    I've stopped using golf towels, and have come to prefer a basic, cheap white towel - the kind you might find at a dollar store or the very bottom shelf at Walmart. I like longer length towels over shorter hand towels or golf towels because I can wet one half and keep the other half dry. It happens to loop securely through the frame of my push cart, but if I need to attach it to something else (e.g. my bag), just running it through a smaller carabiner works great. It's tight enough through the carabiner that there's no chance of it slipping free.



    Mine happens to be garish pink now because it got washed with a batch of those red garage shop towels that bleed like crazy when washed. No chance my towel is mistaken for anybody else's.
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    I'm hoping my answer will be the Frogger. I have one coming tomorrow. I love the concept, and hope it works out as advertised.




    It will, you won't be disappointed.
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    10.5 deg Titleist 905R with stock UST Proforce V2 Shaft
    1999 Ben Hogan Apex Blades (3-PW) with stock Apex 4 Steel Shafts
    Taylormade V-Steel 5W & 3W with Grafalloy Prolaunch Red shafts
    Taylormade ATV wedges in 54 and 58 degrees with stock steel shafts
    Rife Island Series Aruba Blade Putter
  • pcs11pcs11  1240WRX Points: 179Members Posts: 1,240
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    White pool towel from a hotel. The ones with a blue stripe are even better.
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    Titleist 915 F 15° 
    Titleist 917 F2 18°
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    Ping iBlades (5-9)
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  • DaveGoodrichDaveGoodrich SoCal 1084WRX Points: 163Members Posts: 1,084
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    When I read the thread title, I thought the OP meant "found," as in found on the golf course, not in a store. I'd tell you about the best one I've found, but I'm sure someone here would ask for it back image/blush2.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':blush2:' /> .



    I'm curious, do we feel the same way about turning in a found towel as we do about turning in a found wedge? I've turned in a couple of towels that were from cool courses that I thought might have some sentimental value to the owner. But I've kept a few basic towels I found over the years.
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  • gbartkogbartko Whooooo!  668WRX Points: 224Members Posts: 668
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    The big Titleist towel. The only piece of worthwhile golf equipment that they make
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    When I read the thread title, I thought the OP meant "found," as in found on the golf course, not in a store. I'd tell you about the best one I've found, but I'm sure someone here would ask for it back image/blush2.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':blush2:' /> .




    Yup, same here! I thought we were really scraping the bottom of the barrel for topics, whereas... nope, actually fully understanding the topic doesn't make it much more interesting! (sorry op!)
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    Cleveland 588 RTX 51* DG Wedge
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  • BB28403BB28403  4160WRX Points: 636Members Posts: 4,160
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    When I read the thread title, I thought the OP meant "found," as in found on the golf course, not in a store. I'd tell you about the best one I've found, but I'm sure someone here would ask for it back image/blush2.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':blush2:' /> .




    Yup, same here! I thought we were really scraping the bottom of the barrel for topics, whereas... nope, actually fully understanding the topic doesn't make it much more interesting! (sorry op!)




    I just need a towel man!



    Great Answers so far on Towel locating



    Always bring a towel! Hitch hikers guide to the Galaxy
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  • getitdailygetitdaily  2986WRX Points: 278Handicap: +.5Members Posts: 2,986
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    Shilgy wrote:

    getitdaily wrote:


    Regular old white cotton towel from target so u can bleach it every now and then.



    It's a towel dude...don't overthink it.
    Sure in Florida that may be true. Here in Arizona I much prefer the microfiber waffle towels. Regular towels dry out much too quickly during the round.




    I don't know this word "dry"...lol.
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  • The Mad BomberThe Mad Bomber I seem to not like new things. Get off my lawn...  1060WRX Points: 157Members Posts: 1,060
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    gbartko wrote:


    The big Titleist towel. The only piece of worthwhile golf equipment that they make




    LOL! You may need a bigger towel to mop up all that Haterade you're throwing around.
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    TS 3 8.5º w/ Grafalloy blue
    909F2 15.5º w/ Grafalloy blue
    T-MB 2 iron C-Taper
    Mizzy MP-5,  4-9 C-Taper
    SM6 47º, 52º, 56º, 60 C-Taper
    Scotty Newport 2, 35" Tour Issue X7, Hard stepped x2, Tipped 2"


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  • Dr.FrankenputzDr.Frankenputz  844WRX Points: 152Handicap: 13Members Posts: 844
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    Find someone that works in the OR/surgery at a hospital or surgery center. A lot of places throw out a ton of little blue towels. The towels work well & I don’t feel bad losing them or pitching them when they dirty.

    Also like the frogger.
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