Keep your clubfaces squeaky clean with a water-free Mini G club cleaner

The popular Mini G club-cleaning brush

The popular Mini G club-cleaning brush.


You can make the sweetest swing and catch the ball dead center, but if there’s mud or sand or any other debris on the face, there’s no telling what your shot is going to do.

To prevent such disasters, grab yourself a Mini G ($20).

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The lightweight club cleaner features many of the things you love about its bigger, face-scouring sibling, the Grooveit brush — only it’s smaller. And less wet.

The Mini G operates as a dry scrubber, whereas the full-size Grooveit holds water. But the Mini G still has heavy-duty nylon bristles and a magnetic securing system that attaches to your bag. And it gets the cleaning job done.

The rest is up to you.

Grooveit Mini G Brush

A smaller version of the brush you love with the same great magnetic securing system and stiff nylon bristles, just without water….and mini!
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