How to Make the Best Use of your 6 Head Golf Club Groove Sharpener
Sharpening the grooves of your golf clubs may not be something that you have ever considered doing. But grooves are vital to backspin and ball control on the course. Now that you have the proper tools, repairing the grooves of your clubs are relatively easy and takes less than 10 minutes per club.
Step 1: Clean the club face
Clean the face of your clubs, including the grooves. Use warm, soapy water with a couple of tablespoons of liquid dish detergent and a scrub brush. Get as much of the built-up debris from between the grooves as you can.
Step 2: Protect the club face
Run masking tape along the ends of your grooves. This will keep your groove sharpener from damaging the face of the club should you accidentally slip out of the groove.
Step 3: Begin Re-grooving
Draw the groove sharpener through each groove using a 45-degree angle at first to start the process. You don't want to use much force at first. Keep a 45-degree angle approximately five times, or until you begin to see the surface of the groove begin to take on its original profile.
Step 4: Adjust vertically as needed
Change the angle of the groove sharpener so that it's more vertical. This will serve to recreate the original depth that the grooves had when the club was new. Most groove sharpeners have a restrictor so you can't go past USGA depth, and your groove sharpener is no exception.
Step 5: Lubricate as needed
Add some oil into the groove and use the groove sharpener to clean out any excess, as needed. Wipe away and remaining excess with a cloth.
Material: 6 Cutters is Steel, and Handle is Aluminum.
Compatible with: ALL U, V, and Square grooved golf irons and wedges
1 x Golf Groove Sharpener