If you want to give your driver a distinct look and personal touch, consider applying a ClubCrown. Invented in 2011, the ClubCrown’s mission is to ensure every golfer makes their driver speak louder than their golf game. ClubCrowns make old clubs look new and also ensure that new clubs remain new. Best of all, ClubCrowns conform with USGA rules. So, you can look good and still be within the rules.
The company is working to add an option to its web site that allows golfers to fully customize their ClubCrown. You will be able to add a corporate logo, monogram, or family member photos on your ClubCrown. Manufactured in the U.S., ClubCrowns are available for both left-handed and right-handed players.
Here are a few ClubCrown Facts:
1. ClubCrown is a patented, one size fits all, semi-permanent cover that allows you to personalize the crown of your driver (and most woods).
2. ClubCrown protects your club from the dreaded sky mark and regular usage nicks.
3. A ClubCrown gives you the ability to personalize your driver or wood and your club will look like new.
4. ClubCrowns are removable. You can change the look of your driver every month or every season. Simply peel off your current ClubCrown and have a new one installed.
5. ClubCrowns do not have a significant impact on club weight or aerodynamics.
6. ClubCrowns must be professionally installed by a Certified Installer using patent pending ClubCrown by VIVE tools and processes. Installation time is only 10 to 15 minutes. The company web site eventually will have a link to “Find a local Certified Installer.”
According to company officials, ClubCrown is constantly working with outstanding designers to come up with new and compelling designs for golf clubs. ClubCrown is also pursuing various license agreements to increase its appeal to as many golfers as possible. In fact, if you have an idea for ClubCrown designs, send it via e-mail to email@example.com. If they like it, ClubCrown may add it to their library.
For more information on ClubCrown, visit http://www.clubcrown.com.
Rick Stedman is an avid golfer, RVer, and writer who lives in Olympia, Washington. Rick writes a golf column, “The RV Golfer,” which is published every month in rvlife.com. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.