Why do I need golf club groove sharpeners?
After long-term use, the grooves on your irons and wedges become dull and less efficient. The purpose of the grooves is to provide more backspin to the ball so that golfers have more control over it. For instance, when the clubface of your Sand wedge becomes flattened and dull, you won’t be able to perform those bunker shots with the same accuracy as you used to. Golf club sharpeners can help you make the clubhead grooves as sharp as they used to be.
Is using groove sharpeners for your golf clubs legal?
Yes, it is, as long as you keep grooves width and depth within the USGA regulations.
What’s the difference between groove cleaners and groove sharpeners?
A groove cleaner is intended to clean and maintain the grooves sharp, and it is more recommended for golf clubs that have their grooves closer to the USGA limit. A groove sharpener is intended to regroove the clubs. It is a more professional tool compared to the cleaner.
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