No matter your gender, skill level, brand of clubs or handiness.
Every golf bag should have headcovers.
Here are what yours say about you.
No Headcover: Lost it the day after you bought the club, and well you think it was on purpose. They are a pain in the neck to take off anyways so who cares. You probably also drive a rusted out car, but it gets great gas mileage. Why buy a new one when this one works?
Stock Headcover: It is just a headcover? What the hell is it supposed to be? I paid 500 dollars for this club, you’re crazy if you think I am paying extra for a piece of leather that goes over it. It came with one for a reason. You’re easy to please, your wife/husband must love you.
Mismatch Headcover: Lost yours? Well here is a random Taylormade one, for your Callaway driver. Who cares right? As long as it covers it up and does its job that’s all that really matters. You also seldom wear matching socks and your golf glove has 3 massive holes in it.
Knitted Headcover: Your grandmother didn’t know what to get you for Christmas and your mom just told her you love golf. So what better combo. Great sentimental value, your favorite colors and a sweet new cover. What more could you ask for?
Golf course headcover: Pebble Beach, St. Andrews, Fisher Island and many many more are courses you see all the time on leather driver headcovers. A great way to brag about the nice courses you have played in your life. Although you are going to pay out the nose for them, at least people will know you played the ocean course.
Premium leather headcover: Sites are popping up left and right that custom make leather headcovers with virtually anything on them. This is a good way to show some personality on your bag, it can get kind of expensive though.
Next time you are at the course, look around at headcovers, they say a lot.
(Featured Image: robertmarkgolf.com)