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Sunfish Headcovers Review

sunfish headcoversIf you are looking to add a new look to your golf bag without dropping a ton of cash on new clubs, look no further than Sunfish Headcovers. Retro headcovers are definitely a hot item nowadays as vintage-looking golf equipment and accessories are making a huge comeback. Sunfish Headcovers not only look like something your mom might make for you, but they're exceptionally well-made and will serve as a stylish protective sleeve for your fairway woods, hybrids and driver for years to come.

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We featured Sunfish on the Back9Network back in February, where we wrote:

The Tennessee-based company makes 100 percent hand-stitched covers in three sizes: driver (22 inches long with a 6-inch pom), fairway woods(17 inches, 4-inch pom) and hybrid (14 inches, 3-inch pom). Crafted in the U.S. from New Zealand wool, Sunfish covers come in 19 different color combinations. They also welcome custom orders to match your bag, favorite teams or alma mater.

Granted, at a retail price of $29.99 each (or $79.99 a set) these headcovers will run you a bit of coin. Then again, home made headcovers of lesser quality can commonly be found for more than $100 for a set. Buying from Sunfish would not only support a small business, but you'll be receiving a high-quality product that could last generations.

For more information on Sunfish headcovers, be sure to visit their website by clicking this link.

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