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Wilson Golf Ultimate Club Brush

August 12, 2011

Wilson Golf Ultimate Club Brush

  • Curved nylon brush can be used to clean grips
  • Straight nylon brush works great to clean wood surfaces
  • Metal brush is ideal for use on iron faces
  • Comfortable to use
  • Makes a great gift for any golfer

The Ultimate Club Brush includes three different types of brushes for many uses.The Wilson Ultimate Club Brush includes three different types of brushes with different uses. The curved nylon brush can be used to clean grips, the straight nylon brush can clean wood faces, and the metal brush can be used to clean iron faces. Rubberized touch points and surface grips make this brush one of the most comfortable club cleaning tools you can use. A great gift for your favorite golfer.

List Price: $ 9.99

Price: $ 6.99

Wilson Harmonized Center Line Mallet (Mens, Right Hand)

  • Center line Mallet
  • All new cosmetic for one of the most popular models in Golf
  • Multiple density areas in the Micro injection face insert
  • All weather, oversize three piece paddle grip with unique design and cosmetic stitching
  • Harmonized putters provide responsive feel and precise accuracy on and around the green

Nowhere is personal preference more prevalent than the putter category. The classic mallet style has a unique head shape and weighting option.

List Price: $ 39.99

Price: $ 33.02

Is Cost A Handicap? Get Some Golf Club Insurance

Golf is a popular pastime for many people, and it is common to spend a lot of time and money on the sport. It presents a never-ending quest to improve oneself and become more competent. However, it can be quite expensive. A set of good golf clubs can reach to a very great deal of money. Unfortunately, the safety of your investment is not guaranteed, either, as the clubs are precision instruments and can easily be damaged. In order to preserve the value of your investment, it is a good idea to take out some golf club insurance. This can help to compensate should your clubs be damaged in an accident.

Causes of Damage

One of the most pernicious threats golfers face is simply that of theft. Thieves know that many golfers’ clubs are extremely expensive, and they can likely be sold quite easily to make a small fortune. Insurance can cover the danger of theft and provide funds for replacing the lost clubs. Another common problem is simply damage caused by handling. Golf clubs are occasionally bent while in your car, and they can also succumb to damage caused by moisture, either by causing rust in the clubs themselves or in degrading the quality of the grips. These issues can sometimes necessitate the replacement of one or more items and can be a very costly accident for the golfer.


Danger to Others

An often overlooked element of golf is that just occasionally, damage will be caused to an object or person in the vicinity. This damage is always an accident and occurs despite the best intentions of all parties. It might involve damage to a car or window, or even an injury to a person. Since it is impossible to predict when such freak accidents will occur, golf club insurance can be an excellent option to help alleviate the inevitable repair or medical costs.

Getting The Best Deal

By all means shop around for the best insurance deal you can find, just as you would for any other kind of insurance. You will likely find plenty of options among companies specializing in golf insurance either online or advertised in golfing magazines. Pay attention to not only the price of the insurance but also the extent of the coverage; does the policy include accidental damage by the owner as well as theft or damage by others? The best deal is sometimes a compromise between thoroughness and price.


Golf can be an expensive pursuit. Clubs are expensive and can sometimes be stolen or damaged unexpectedly. In addition, accidents, though rare, do sometimes occur, and it is well worth preparing for the worst and investing in some much-needed golf club insurance in order to help cover the costs when they arise. This can act as a safety net that allows you to continue playing and enjoying the game well into the future.

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Joel launched his Living. Loving. Local. project with the #LLLSecret dinner at Beast Restaurant on Feb 28th. 5 chefs, 5 vintners, a lot of very happy guests!

First Course: Charcuterie from each of the 5 chefs served with 13th Street Cuvee Rose

Second Course: Wild Boar Face and Guinea Hen Tourtiere, House Ketchup, Pickled Elderberries, Shaved Fennel from Scott Vivian, Beast, served with Fielding Winery wine.

Third Course: "Chupe De Chorizo" – Latin-American stew, Smoked Wild Boar Chorizo Yukon golds & garbanzos simmered in coconut, fire roasted tomato & charred red pepper broth. "Mystery bird" lime dumplings & boar cracklin”; Side of Salsa de Fuego Sofrito
from Rossy Earle, Personal Chef, served with Lailey Vineyard 2008 Syrah

Fourth Course: Hand minced game sausage "en crepenette"; Guinea hen mouseline with smoked boar belly, braised cabbage and grain mustard from Jason Bangertner, Luma and Canteen (O&B) served with Ravine Vineyards

Fifth Course: Mead Braised Wild Boar Shoulder, Hush Puppies with Caramelized Onions, livers and crispy skin with black pepper thyme honey drizzle, Slow-cooked Southern Greens(with smoked wild boar bits), Buttermilk Mashed Sweet Potatoes
From Steve Wilson, Executive Chef at The Summit Golf and Country Club, served with Rosewood 2008 Chardonnay Reserve

Sixth Course: Wild Boar Carbonara: Smoked wild boar noodles w/ crackling crusted deep fried poached quail egg.
Southern Fried Quail over buttermilk biscuit with wild boar and smoked apple sausage gravy.

From Tom Davis, The Stockyards Smokehouse and Larder served with Rosehall Run wine.

Seventh Course: Doughnuts rolled in Wild Boar Bacon and Sugar and filled with Maple Curd.
From Rachelle Vivian, Pastry Chef at Beast Restaurant served with Karlo Estates Van Alstine 2008 (Port Style)

Question by chilllaxeng56: i am looking what golf clubs i should get. WIlson, or Tommy Armour?
i am a 6 foot tall medium golfer i shot like 10 over. i go like once or twice a month. i am looking to up grade my clubs right now i have some knight set. i am looking into getting the Wilson di 7 staff set of irons or. the Tommy Armour 845 irons with two hybrids. the wilsons are 219.99, and the Tommys are 199.99. what one should i get any idea.

Best answer:

Answer by Hawkeye™
Go with the Wilson Staffs, very good clubs for the price.

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