Golfers! Concerned about Getting the Backspin and Ball Control that you Deserve? It’s all about Playing with Well-Grooved Irons!
The grooves in your irons are designed to enable ball control and spin. Frequent club use can not only fill the grooves with debris but can also damage the groove edge. Get the Newest Golf Club Groove Sharpener with 6 Heads
– Ideal for Optimal Backspin and Ball Control
– Perfect Tool for all Irons
– Precision ground and engineered to exacting tolerances to ensure that it does not compromise the R&A and USGA rules regarding width and depth.
– Fantastic results on both “V” and “U” (or square) type grooves
– Works by sharpening the rolled over metal edges that have collapsed in the grooves of your club whilst at the same time removing the particles of dirt, sand and grit within the grooves that have built up over time
– Comes with two different cutting ends. One is “U” type, the other “V” type. You choose which one to use based on the particular iron make/model you are using
– Made from a high grade vacuum heat treated precision tool steel with a maximum hardness of 65 Rockwell
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So, what is the benefit of multiple heads?
Simple…you can clean and repair your golf irons with just ONE tool! Whether your golf iron uses the “V” type grooves or the “U” type grooves.
The following photo illustrates the 6 Head groove sharpener from Specialty Golf Products…
This photo illustrates which heads are “U” type grooves and which heads are “V” type grooves. This should assist you in determining which heads to use based on your golf club groove type.
There are multiple heads of each type (3 “U” groove heads and 3 “V” groove heads for a total of 6 heads). The 3 heads shaped like the letter “V” should be used for irons with “V” type grooves.
The 3 heads shaped like the letter “U” should be used for irons with “U” type grooves.
Now…you’ll need to determine for yourself the groove type of your iron. How do you do that? How can you tell whether your wedges have U grooves or V grooves? Other than through observing the groove type for yourself…it’s just not that easy for the average golfer to tell. You could go on the manufacturers website and see if your wedge has square grooves. If not, then your wedge likely has “V” type grooves.
And if you’re really interested in learning more about the USGA rules concerning grooves…
the following link will help you better understand developments within the USGA concerning golf club groove standards…
More specifically, golfers wishing to know whether or not their clubs meet the new groove specifications effective Jan 1, 2010…