April 19, 2006 at 11:28 AM CDT - Updated July 26 at 2:07 PM
Even if you've never golfed before, you can clean a set of clubs like a pro. Here's a Daily Shortcut to show you how.
To clean the clubs, lightly rub the heads and shafts with fine steel wool. Make sure you use dry steel wool and you don't wet the clubs. Once the clubs are clean, wipe off any residue with a damp cloth and dry with a soft cloth. Now, clean the club grips with soap and water. Wet a soft cloth and work up a lather with a moisturizing soap. Make sure you keep rubbing the grip until it's clean. But, make sure you don't rinse off the soap. Once the grip is clean, buff it with a soft cloth. This will keep the grip a little damp and prevent it from drying and cracking.