The 10 Best Golf Club Covers
This wiki has been updated 16 times since it was first published in December of 2016. If you take your golf game seriously, there's a good chance you've dropped a pretty penny on your clubs. You can protect that investment with these covers, as they prevent a prized putter or dependable driver from getting scratched while in the bag or being corroded by moisture in the garage. Many of them make quite a statement as well -- then again, so does your slice. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki. Skip to the best golf club cover on Amazon.
Dormie Workshop Tactical Your clubs are your only weapons out on the links, so offer them the same protection you would an assault rifle with this model. Made of rugged, military-style Cordura, complete with tactical embroidery, it's the perfect way to let everyone in your group know you take no prisoners. golfgalaxy.com
Titleist Noir Deluxe Made of full-grain Nappa leather, these soft covers feel incredible, yet are still capable of safeguarding your clubs from dings and scratches. They're also extremely durable, so you may never need to buy another set again. tgw.com
EvelinkaPuppets Customized Show your appreciation for the golfer in your life with a handmade, oversized caricature. Simply send in their picture, and you'll get a personalized Muppet-style cover designed to fit any club in their bag. etsy.com
August 02, 2019:
Generally speaking, there are two types of cover represented here: those that perform their function with class and dignity, and those that make a statement.
The PGC Leatherette are a good example of the former, as their sleek black appearance will dress up your bag while protecting your clubs. The only attention they're likely to garner are approving glances from similarly-minded duffers.
The Team Effort Collegiate, on the other hand, make a bold statement about your fandom, one that's sure to elicit comments — both good and bad — from other golfers. If you enjoy talking to strangers and aren't above a bit of friendly jawing, they may just make you some new friends. Of course, if you stew over every slight, then your game might suffer every time you're reminded of your team's last painful loss.