To clean golf clubs, soak the heads in soapy water, clean the grooves with a toothbrush, rinse the clubs with a hose, and dry them with a towel. This 30-minute process requires a bucket, water, liquid soap, an old toothbrush, a hose and a towel.
- Prepare the soap solution
Pour several inches of warm water into a large bucket, add a squirt of dish soap, and agitate the water with a toothbrush. Bring the bucket, brush and a towel outside.
- Soak the heads
Insert one club into the bucket to check the water level. If the water rises above the ferrule, which is the black band that separates the club head from the shaft, pour a little out. Insert all the golf clubs into the bucket with the heads down. Soak them for five minutes.
- Scrub the grooves
Dip the toothbrush in the soapy water, and scrub the grooves on the club heads.
- Rinse and dry the clubs
Spray the club heads with a garden hose until no soap remains. Dry the clubs one at a time with a soft, clean towel. Use the edge of the towel to dry the grooved portions of each head. Leave the clubs outside for 10 minutes, then put them back in the bag.