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Stock Head Cover or Aftermarket

Head Covers

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Poll: Manu Head Covers (283 member(s) have cast votes)

Do you use the Manufacturer's Head Covers

  1. Yes (102 votes [36.04%])

    Percentage of vote: 36.04%

  2. No (181 votes [63.96%])

    Percentage of vote: 63.96%

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#91 PingGuy68



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Posted 18 June 2017 - 10:31 PM

No stock cover in my bag.

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#92 huddledtoast



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Posted 19 June 2017 - 12:04 AM

Mix of stock and aftermarket.

Theft is definitely not an issue at my course, often on hot days, I've left the windows open on my car for the whole round and dinner afterwards. Occasionally, people leave their push carts lying around near various tee boxes for hours as well, and will swing by after the round and pick them up (older members sometimes switch from walking to riding part way through the round). Chalk it up to the benefits of playing at full private course I guess.


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Posted 23 June 2017 - 07:27 PM

I have a zoo in my bag.  John Daly lion hangs out on the driver, an elephant on the 3 wood, and a giraffe on my 5 wood.  The putter has a pink Black Clover cover.  I have hand knit covers that I use if I am walking a hilly course and don't want to deal with the covers.

I was hesitant at first of having so many, but when I got married my wife bought me the giraffe which is my nickname for my step daughter.  So...that one must be in.  After the birth of my son, the elephant gained a spot because he was 11lbs (and I am a Bama fan).

The first time I saw someone with a similar menagerie I found out he was the former club champion.  Good enough for me, so now I have reminders of my kids when I head to the course.
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Posted Today, 01:12 AM

I'm using generic 'leather' head covers for my woods, but I keep my Scotty Cameron head cover on my X7M
| Driver: Titleist 915D2 9.5o Diamana Blue (Tipped 1") @44" |
| Fairway Wood:  Titleist 915F 3W 15o Diamana Blue (Tipped 1") @42"    |
| Fairway Wood:  Titleist 915F 5W 19.5o Diamana Blue (Tipped 1") @41.5" |
| Irons:    Titleist 714 CB 3-PW KBS Tour C-Taper 130X    |
| Gap Wedge: Cleveland RTX3 Tour Satin 52o/10o |
| Sand Wedge: Cleveland RTX3 Tour Satin 58o/6o |
| Putter: Scotty Cameron Futura X7M DB 38"    |

| Sun Mountain 5.5 Hybrid Stand Bag | Bushnell Tour Switch V4 Slope |


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