Alternatively you may get your clubs gripped by a professional. What you could do is put some those hand warmers in the headcovers of the clubs to keep them warm and I have no idea how to keep range balls from getting so coldmaybe instead of leaving them in the range tray or bucket you could toss them in a shag bag with some hand warmers and towels in there to keep them from getting overly cold and pick them out one by one.
Dont leave your clubs in the car.
Can you leave your golf clubs in the cold. If you have an option it is probably better to keep your clubs and balls in the den rather than in a garage with a potential condensation problem due to a wide range in. Either way not a good idea to leave them in extreme temps for an extended period. If you take your clubs inside and want to play a round the next day you will be fine but do not hit your driver or fairway woods on the range because temperature of the golf balls makes a huge difference and since most times the golf balls on a driving range are left in the cold it can.
Plus if you dont like them you can always sell them as well. If your garage is not temperature-controlled then dont store golf clubs there over a winter. For starters your hands will be cold enough without gripping a grip that feels like an ice cube.
Daily exposure to cold weather conditions can dry out the grips causing them to harden and it can also damage the shaft and clubhead. Additionally your body and muscles are less flexible in cool weather so take this into account when making your club selection. However the intense heat or cold isnt the only reason you should place your clubs in your trunk.
Dont store your clubs in the garage either. Buying used clubs is also a good way to test out new clubs if your set has gone cold and youre looking for something to mix it up. Make sure they are dry before you put them away.
To sum up the most-important things to remember about how to store golf clubs. Cold air is denser than warm air and creates additional drag on a ball. Since theyre already used a few more rounds from you.
As for grips it aged faster in left in either extreme hot or cold temperature. Remove the batteries from the golf car and store them in a cool dry place that stays between 0C 32F and 30C 90F. According to Trackman the difference is.
Not only can is the trunk not climate controlled but leaving your clubs in there is just asking for them to be stolen. Leaving the clubs in extreme temps will affect the grips more than anything – too hot will cause them to break down and can twist while you are swingingtoo cold can cause them to become too slick and dry them out causing them to crack. This may not be very definitive in terms of time but you can consider this approximately 8-12 hours.
To begin with cold air can affect the performance of a golf ball. High temperatures can breakdown of the epoxy and glue that joins the clubhead and shaft causing the grip to slip around the shaft. Moisture and cold temperatures can damage your grips cause shafts to become brittle and even break down the epoxy securing the club head to the shaft.
The grips wont be as hard while warming to 37 degrees and the clubs will flex better. It is definitely recommended to store balls away from freezing or excessive high temperatures. The tension of the two different materials in extreme temperature will cause premature separation.
Not that youd hit the mat fat but more flex wont transmit as much shock to your arm joints. Wet and cold isnt any fun for me and I dont think I have ever booked a round of. Mostly they recommend an overnight leave before using.
The most extreme recommendation and one which I view as a bit impractical for most owners is to remove the batteries from the golf car and store separately. If you decide to go play golf on a day that you know is going to be raining and the temperature is around 35 45 degrees you might be the type of person that would enjoy the frozen course. If not secured properly your clubs can get banged up and easily damaged.
If you leave the golf clubs in the garage over the Winter make sure its stored closer to the furnace and off the floor if possible. And the do-it-yourself method wont cost any money. Or you can simply gather up a couple household items that you probably already have handy.
Instead of the trunk keep your clubs stored in a dry area of your garage. Its a good idea to start your cold-weather game playing conservative until your body warms and adjusts to the weather. Car trunks also tend to become a hot box when your car is out in the sun and golf clubs do not fancy the heat in the slightest.
Constant exposure to cold wont damage the clubhead or shaft but could dry out the grips and cause them to harden or crack. Cleaning golf clubs is a simple process and its important to do it periodically to prevent the build-up of gunk that can lessen the effectiveness of your clubs and to prevent rusting or any possible damage to a clubs finish. They will simply take your clubs and give them back in a day or two after they have performed the gripping.
Unless you play in sub-freezing weather why not keep the clubs inside. Heaver cold weather clothing can reduce freedom of motion and reduce your golf swing speed.