The Perfect Headcover

 ToddGsell ·  
ToddGsellToddGsell ClubWRX  475WRX Points: 62Posts: 475 Greens
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<div class="IPBDescription">Has anyone ever seen these headcovers?</div>I have used an awesome set of plain headcovers for a few years. I like them because they don't draw attention to the clubs. A while back I lost one of the headcovers. I've searched for months and haven't been able to find a replacement. Every time I stop by a golf shop I look through the headcovers, but I've never found any like these ones. So now I'm turning to the online golf community for help. I've included a few images. If anyone has ever seen these headcovers, please let me know where I can find them.<br />
Thanks,<br />
Todd<br />
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The headcovers are all black and feel like suede on the top side and velvet on the bottom. The inner lining is sherpa fleece-like material. They're 100% acrlyic. The headcovers also came with a set of flat metal numbers (1,3,5,7,X) on key rings that attached to a small loop on the top of the headcover. The covers aren't made of a neck and a barrel-head, but rather they are just one long "head."<br />
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  • ChiefChief Members  164WRX Points: 0Posts: 164
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    Never seen them. Who makes them? Clean your clubs!!! <img src='http://www.golfwrx.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/crazy.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':help:' /> LOL
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  • rama5rama5 Members  385WRX Points: 60Posts: 385 Greens
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    Why not do what I did, I wanted a new putter cover for my bettinardi baby bee so I had my wife make one from using the "old" one as a pattern. So either your wife, girlfriend or sewing shop should be able to copy it easily.
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  • ToddGsellToddGsell ClubWRX  475WRX Points: 62Posts: 475 Greens
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    I have no idea who makes them. There's no labels and I can't remember where I got them. They may have been a gift or from some tourney, but I just pulled them out of the closet one day and decided I liked them.<br />
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    I do like the idea of having a homemade cover. Rama, how long did it take your wife to make one?<br />
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    Regardless, I'd really like to find these covers out there. Someone's gotta know where I can find them...
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  • rama5rama5 Members  385WRX Points: 60Posts: 385 Greens
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    It did take her awhile as I had to shop for just the right fabric and colour thread for the monagram on the cover. I even had my name sticted on it for the final touch. About two week of on /off again work.
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  • cg460cg460 Members  342WRX Points: 0Posts: 342
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    Did you buy them from Peter Kessler? Sorry, couldn't help it.....
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