Cleaning Golf Clubs?you can choose to take it to pro shop?and also you DIY.
you can simply gather up a couple household items. What you need is a plastic bucket , a mild dishwashing detergent, an old toothbrush or other brush with plastic bristles, and an old towel for drying.
Take your plastic bucket inside to a sink or bathtub. Squirt a little of the dishwashing liquid into the bottom, then add warm water to create suds. Make sure the water is warm, not too hot.
You only need enough water in the bucket to cover the heads of your irons.
Take the bucket, with its water and suds, outside near your garden hose .
Set the bucket down, then place your irons in the bucket with the clubheads submerged. Notice how the clubs’ ferrules are above the level of the water and suds.
Allow the irons to soak in the warm water for just a couple minutes.
After 1-2 minutes of soaking time, take each club in turn and use an old toothbrush to clean out the grooves on the clubface.
Also drag the brush across the sole of the iron and over the back of the clubhead, removing dirt, grass and other debris.
A soft-bristled brush should work fine. Never use a wire-bristled brush during cleaning.
Use your garden hose to rinse off the clubhead. When the suds are washed away, take a look at the club to make sure all dirt is removed from the grooves. Be careful not to splash water up the shaft.
Use your old towel to dry off the clubhead. Also drag the towel up the shaft of the club.
quickly dip metal woods into the sudsy water, rub with a moist cloth, then dry with a dry cloth. Use a moist cloth to clean off persimmon clubheads, then dry immediately.
Use a soft-bristled brush, if necessary, to clean out the grooves on woods.