To maintain the immaculate finish and protect your putters and covers just follow these simple guidelines.





  • ALWAYS USE A HEADCOVER - this helps prevent dents and nicks.
  • Wipe putter head with a towel after every green to remove sand, dirt, fertilisers/chemicals and moisture.


  • NEVER LEAVE YOUR PUTTER IN A DAMP HEADCOVER!  Remove it from the cover and wipe dry after every round.
  • If your cover gets damp , let it dry completely before using it again.
  • Never store your putter in damp atmospheres.
  • If storing your putter for any length of time place silica gel packets inside your headcover to absorb any moisture.


  • Never use anything abrasive to clean your putter.
  • Never use acetone or any solvent based product to clean your putter.
  • Use water and a soft cloth.


  • Never lean on a copper putter as it is a soft material and it is possible to bend the neck and alter the specifications of the club.
  • Over time copper will develop a patina which can vary in colour from orange to brown often with blue, green or pink hues.


  • Over time aluminium bronze will develop a patina which will slowly darken with age.


Gun blue, black oxide and oil can style finishes are the most susceptible to oxidisation.

  • Always dry your putter after play with a soft lint-free cloth; never leave your putter damp or wet.
  • Avoid leaving your putter in extremely hot or cold environments.
  • A thin layer of silicone or gun oil can be applied to help prevent rust spots/fertiliser damage.  Over time our headcovers will absorb traces of silicone/gun oil which will passively coat the putter.
  • DO NOT oil/silicone the inside of the putter cover as this may eventually damage the exterior material of the cover.


  • Always allow your headcover to dry out naturally.
  • Never put your headcover in a washing machine and do not dry clean.
  • Do not store your putter in a damp headcover.
  • Leather and synthetic headcovers can be wiped clean using warm soapy water and a soft cloth allowing to dry naturally.
  • Harris Tweed - Leave to completely dry naturally.