Custom Craftsman Golf Headcover Review

Custom Craftsman Golf Headcover Review Pictured Golf Headcovers

Custom Craftsman Golf Headcovers Review

Craftsman Golf Headcovers
Grade: A
Teacher’s Comments: These are sharp and well made

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I have long wanted custom GolfBlogger headcovers, so when Craftsman Golf offered to make me a couple, I jumped at the chance.

Craftsman has a nice selection of basic designs for custom covers, with various base color and stripe combinations. I selected white covers with green stripes for the driver and plain white one for the putter. I thought that my green logo would look good against the white background. For the logo, all I had to do was email them a png of the logo.

Within a couple of days, Craftsman returned an email with proof images of the designs, as shown below:

I asked for a minor adjustment in the positioning of the image on the putter cover; once that was approved, Craftsmen went to work.

I got the headcovers a couple of weeks later and could not have been more pleased. The embroidery has a high stitch density, and the design is flawlessly executed. The colors are spot on.

The body material of the headcovers is a heavy synthetic leather. It seems quite durable.

I especially appreciate that the magnets in the putter cover seem solidly in place. I have purchased a couple of headcovers over the past couple of years where the magnets were not secured and they have migrated inside the cover to the point where the cover is essentially useless (I’m looking at you, Team Effort golf)

In addition to the custom headcovers, Craftsman Golf has a nice selection of stock headcovers that you can get either on their site or on Amazon. They have some really sharp looking patriotic themed clubhead covers.

Craftsman Golf also manufactures accessories such as leather scorecard and yardage books, rangefinder cases, alignment stick covers (I need one of those) and Sunday bags. Knit club covers also are in Craftsman golf’s catalog.

Finally — and interestingly — Craftsman golf offers Cart Battery Chargers. I’m not sure of the connection to headcovers, though.

If these are all as well made as the driver and putter covers Craftsman sent, they are worth looking into. A personalized wood head cover currently runs $88, which strikes me as reasonable for the quality.

If you’re looking for a terrific gift for the golfer in your life, consider getting them a custom headcover from Craftsman Golf.

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