Putters and Gutters

Everyone knows that gutter maintenance is a must, especially to maintain optimum performance of your gutter system. Especially when having to do top notch gutter cleaning in Woodstock Ga on country clubs and putting greens. But did you know that the same can be said for your golf clubs? Here are three easy ways to keep your clubs in good health, similarly to the way you would your gutters.

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  1. Store your clubs properly. The best way to store your clubs between use is indoors. Never store them long term in the trunk of your vehicle, especially if you live in a hot climate. The heat can weaken the glue that holds the grip and club head in place. Similarly, if you live in areas with extreme weather or temperatures, you will want to take this into consideration when choosing a new gutter system. Some gutter materials and systems are more suitable for extreme temperatures, while others are more durable and will be able to withstand severe weather.
  2. Own and use a golf towel. This can be a spare towel that you attach to your bag or it can be a towel set specifically made for golfers. Attach one to your bag and use it during your round to wipe down the club faces and grips, especially when moisture and debris gets on them. This is similar to the regular maintenance you do for your gutters. When your gutters receive excess use, they can easily get clogged. It’s important that you clean out your gutters regularly to ensure your gutter systems will work properly.
  3. Use head covers on your woods. Head covers help protect the more delicate and easily-damaged areas on your clubs. Damage to these areas can be costly so you will want to use as much caution to protect these areas as you can. Damage to the heads most commonly occurs when you grab them out of the golf bag and shove them back in. So you will want to be extra careful when doing this. Similar damage can occur when you are transporting your clubs in the car and they get jostled around. Now, many putters are sold with head covers. Just like you protect your clubs, you will want to protect your gutters as well. Many homeowners have chosen to install gutter screens, depending on the type of environment they live in. This can vary based on each individual property and the types and amount of trees and bushed you have nearby. Gutter screens will keep large leaves, acorns, and other debris from falling into your gutter systems. This can help prevent blockage and back-ups in your system and it will ensure that you do not have to completely clean out your system as frequently. However, gutter screens can cause falling debris to pile up on top of your gutter screens. When this happens, rainwater is not able to enter the gutter, and your gutter systems cannot effectively remove excess rainwater form your roof. To prevent this from occurring, you should be sure to check your gutter systems regularly. This can mean climbing up there and doing a visual inspection, or you can hire someone to check them as well. If you live in the Woodstock, GA area I would recommend using Woodstock Gutter Cleaning Pros for any maintenance services you may need. Paying close attention to the performance of your gutter systems during heavy rain can give you a good indication of when there may be blockages.