How to Re-Finish a Scotty Cameron Headcover

Published Jan 04, 2016 | By Zach | Refinishing Golf Clubs
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Refinishing golf clubs (mostly putters) is a fun hobby anyone can do at home. If you like to tinker, this is the series for you!

This is a fun and quick project that you can do to spice up the look of your bag! Although it doesn't work on all Scotty Cameron headcovers, if you can find one that reacts to bleach like the 2008 Scotty Cameron Studio Select model, it is a cool looking project!

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Materials Needed

  • 2008 Scotty Cameron Studio Select Headcover
  • Pure/Concentrated Bleach
  • Applicator Bottle
  • Hairdryer (optional)
  • Sharpie (any color)

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