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Best Iron Headwear

People tend to scoff a bit at iron headgear, but when you’ve spent a lot of your hard-earned cash, you want to take care of it, and for anyone carrying or using a cart, there’s a lot of rattling. around with your irons. (opens in a new tab)

Aaron Rai uses them on tour and his reasons are particularly valid and, if it’s good enough for a DP World Tour winner, then it’s good enough for you.

“I grew up in a very working-class family and golf was always a very expensive game,” Rai said. “I started at the age of four and my father paid for the equipment, paid for my memberships, my entrance fees. And it wasn’t really money that we had, to be honest, but he was always buying me the best clubs.

“When I was around seven or eight my dad bought me a set of 690MB Titleist, and they were £800-1000, just for a set of clubs for a child. I cherished them. When we went out and practiced, he would then clean each groove with a pin and baby oil. To protect the clubs, he thought it would be good to put iron covers on them. I’ve pretty much had iron covers on all my sets since, just to appreciate the value of what I have, and it all started with that first set.

Best Iron Headwear

callaway iron head cover

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Callaway is a famous brand for its high quality golf equipment and here is another example. These head covers will give your irons the protection they need and we love that you can get the blue version pictured, or the Deluxe version as well which comes in a red finish. This set of 8 head covers fits both left and right handed clubs to provide protection.

Iron Craftsman Headwear

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Iron Craftsman Headwear

How cool are they? This crocodile-patterned PU leather offering is truly something else from Craftsman Golf. There are 11 pieces, so they’ve accounted for each of your wedges, and they’re suitable for both right-handed and left-handed irons. There is a magnetic closure on both sides so they stay in place while looking fantastic.

Iron Finger Ten Headwear

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Iron Finger Ten Headwear

One for Britain’s most patriotic golfer. This 10 piece set has a variety of colors alongside the Union Jack and is soft yet durable and there’s plenty of protection for your clubs here. And, even if you’re carrying four chocks, they’ve got you covered (literally).

Big Tooth Iron Headgear

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Big Tooth Iron Headgear

These stylish PU leather covers have an elastic closure so they stay in place but can be easily put on and taken off. There is an extra cover with the long neck design which is convenient for carrying and the logos are bold and the really cool thing is you can also have the loft of your cleats printed which is quite unique.

CRAFTSMAN GOLF 12pcs Thick Synthetic

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Craftsman Golf Synthetic Leather Iron Headcover

Another model from Craftsman Golf to make this list is this 12 piece set. Made of synthetic leather, the covers are thick and you have great confidence in their ability to protect your irons. Admittedly, we’d prefer a magnetic closure over Velcro, but we appreciate the different colors on offer, as well as the ability to add customization into the mix.

Pro-Tekt 10 Piece Velcro Iron Headcovers

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Pro-Tekt 10 Piece Velcro Iron Headcovers

You’ve got 10 individual headgears here, ranging from 4 iron to lob wedge, and they’re made from neoprene, which means they’re lightweight and stretchy. They also feature a velcro closure to mark them at each club so there is no chance of losing any.

Iron Masters Deluxe Headwear

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Iron Masters Deluxe Headwear

Not only are your clubheads protected, but with the long zipped collar, your hotels are too. They feature a carbon fiber effect finish and look more like your hybrid covers in appearance. They range from 4 iron to sand wedge and they are particularly durable.

Masters HeadKase II Iron Headcover

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Masters HeadKase II Iron Headcover

These feature a deep grain leatherette finish so they look and feel great. They range from 4 to sand wedge, including fully embroidered numbering, and there’s elastic neoprene to ensure a snug fit and keep things in place.

AMRTA iron headgear

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There are 10 headgear in this collection, there is also one for your gap or A wedge, and you have your choice of colors; blue-black, red-black, green-black and white-black so it can be easily coordinated with your bag. They are lightweight and easy to put on and take off and they will fit all styles and sizes of irons.

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How to choose iron headgear

What factors should you consider when considering buying iron blankets? We’ll take a look.

Number of guests – First, you need to make sure you choose a brand or design that offers enough covers to protect all of your irons in the bag. There’s no point in having 7 covers when carrying 9 irons, right? As such, read the product specifications properly to see how many covers come with the set.

Strength – The purpose of iron covers is to protect your irons underneath, so they should be well made and strong enough to deal with movement in the golf bag. Additionally, they need to be strong enough to cope with proper daily use, especially to be able to be taken off and put on regularly. Specifically, we would be aware of the fabrics or materials used here. We’ve seen leather models to be very good in terms of durability, while cheaper models tend to be made from thinner polyester,

Ease of use – Ultimately, an iron cover should be easy to put on and take off the iron, because otherwise it adds unnecessary seconds and discomfort to your lap, which is unnecessary, especially when faced with an iron hit. delicate.

Design – The brands seem to offer different iron cover designs, so you don’t have to go for the simple black leather finish. Instead, you can get flags, symbols, or just about anything on your iron cover, so just pick one you like.

Budget – Our final factor is budget. Considering the high cost of iron sets, it makes sense to properly invest in something that will protect them, but considering you’ve already spent hard-earned money on clubs, bags, balls, clothing, etc., think how many you are. willing to spend on iron blankets. Above all, there are models at different prices.

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