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Pine Coast Golf

Fairway wood (White)

Fairway wood (White)

Regular price $54.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $54.00 USD
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This fairway wood headcover is handsewn and made of a white wool blend. 

The size is approximately 23cm (9 inches) tall, with an opening of 9cm (3.5 inches). The fairway covers will fit all fairway woods (3/4/5/7/9/11).

Our barrel headcovers in either leather or a combination of canvas, wool blend, tweed or tartans are all designed to ensure a simplistic and subtle look in your golf bag. Inside there is a sewn in rubber band to ensure the headcover stays on once it is in place.

Materials

All natural vegetable tanned Italian leather from Tuscany, Italy

Wool/polyester blend

Natural waxed cotton

Dimensions

Height: 9" (23cm)

Diameter: 3.5" (9cm)

Care Instructions

We believe your bag should stand the test of time. Great leather and waxed canvas materials last for years and look better with age and wear. Each stain or scratch will make your bag uniquely yours. However, we do recommend periodical cleaning:

Leather:  For our leather, we recommend using a leather cleaner and leather conditioner. First, spray a light amount of the leather cleaner on a clean, soft rag.  Gently rub the leather in a circular motion and let dry. Once dry, apply a small amount of the leather conditioner to a soft clean rag and gently rub the leather in a circular motion and let dry. There is a small risk that the colored leather might leave small stains when wet.

Waxed Canvas: The canvas will develop a patina over time; use will bring out unique character and special qualities in the fabric that no other material could offer.  Waxed canvas has been used for many years without any washing or cleaning. But if you feel you must clean your bag there’s a right and wrong way to do it. Most important is not to overdo it. Lightly brush off soiled area with a brush. Start with plain water for cleaning. Run room temperature water over the area, gently use a scrub brush, rinse, and let it dry. Less is more. No stain is ever guaranteed to come out with any cleaning method.

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