Shining golf clubs might not improve a golfer's game, but it will make the set an envy on the course. Keeping golf clubs clean will extend the life of the clubs. Commercial cleaning kits are available at sporting goods stores, but some standard household items and inexpensive hardware-store products will do the trick without emptying the wallet.
How to Make Golf Clubs Shine
Rub the clubs with lukewarm water and a soft cloth to remove general dirt and grime.
Soak the cleaning cloth in CLR. Thoroughly and firmly rub each golf club shaft with the cloth. Air-dry the clubs for at least an hour at room temperature. Repeat the process if persistent rust remains on the clubs.
Mix liquid laundry detergent, soak the cloth in the mixture and scrub the rubber grips and ends.
Scrub the leather grips softly with lukewarm saddle soap cleaner.
Dry the rubber and leather grips and ends with a towel.