All golf players and enthusiasts are aware that Ping irons and golf clubs are valuable piece of golf equipment. Ping is a well-know golfing brand and can be a very wise investment for anyone who intend to make golf a long term hobby. Majority of Ping golf clubs and irons is made to last for many years as long as it is well-maintained.
Cleaning the club or iron is very important in order to preserve its shine and gloss. Most of the time, it is best to restore them back to their original condition if you cannot maintain the golf clubs and irons. Application of elbow grease can make the golf clubs and irons look good. The following are helpful tips on how to restore golf clubs and irons.
First, you have to put the golf clubs on a clear area or a table. Always make sure that you have ample space to work on. Check each golf club carefully and mark the area that needs attention or repair. It is important to work on one golf club at a time.
Next, make a cleaning mixture solution by mixing soap and water in a container. Shampoo and detergent can also be used to replace soap if the soap it not available.
Moreover, make sure that the face and head of the clubs are clean. Then you can wipe the club with a cloth dipped in the soap and water mixture. Each club needs to be cleaned gently. Furthermore, once you notice that the water in the container starting to look dirty, replace it with a fresh cleaning solution. You can also use a wire brush to clean the grooves of the clubs. While cleaning the clubs with soap and water, check on the areas that might need to be restored.
Carefully inspect the grooves of your Ping irons, and sharpen and even the damaged areas. The sharper the groove of the clubs, the better and accurate spin it can give during a game than without grooves. You can clean the grooves of the club by using a grooving tool and slowly clean it with smooth strokes and light pressure. Continue cleaning the grooves until you see the regular path on the grooves.
Also, you need to tone the sole of the golf clubs and irons. Using a strong and steady motion, transfer the buffer over the sole of the iron until it is polished. Once polished, cover the identification number of the club using paint. Using a paint brush, fill the numbers of the club with pain to make them visible once more. Any spilled paint should be wiped quickly and let the paint dry for at least a day.
Once the paint on the clubs are completely dry, inspect the Ping irons and clubs to see if there is any part that needs to be repainted. After you finish re-checking the clubs and irons, clean and shine them following the Ping maintenance guide.