For Ewe Headcover

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bourbonandbirdiesbourbonandbirdies Members  95WRX Points: 23Posts: 95 Fairways
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Anyone purchased from For ewe? Do the knit covers hold up over time?

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  • OakRockHackerOakRockHacker Members  72WRX Points: 44Handicap: 14Posts: 72 Bunkers
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    I got a No Laying Up driver head cover for Father's day last year, which is made by Fore Ewe. It's held up fine in the time I've had it, seems like pretty high quality, certainly much thicker than most other knit style head covers I've seen.

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  • bourbonandbirdiesbourbonandbirdies Members  95WRX Points: 23Posts: 95 Fairways
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    Thanks for the feedback!

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  • JoelandrewrogersJoelandrewrogers Members  471WRX Points: 75Posts: 471 Greens
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    They are so good. So good. Have fun creating your style. You can also reach out to them if you want to create something that is not in the Online builder.

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    My 8 club set:
    Epic Driver
    M2 Fairway
    Miura 4 iron
    MP37 6 and 8 iron
    Cleveland PW and SW
    Ping Anser

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