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The Caddy Splash golf club brush is one of the easiest ways to keep your clubs clean. Smart design makes it easy to use. Eliminates the need for gross wet towels.
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With the exceptions of my putter and driver, I do not baby my golf clubs. Bag chatter is beautiful, dings and rust nothing to be ashamed of. That extends to dirt, too. I’ll knock the sand off a wedge, but cleaning my clubs was never in the cards. Then I got Caddy Splash and learned how easy it can be to have a bag full of happy, shiny irons.
Set Up & Ease of Use
Caddy Splash differentiates itself from most golf brushes by storing its own supply of water in the handle. Unscrew the top, pour in up to four ounces of water, and you’re good to go.
The Caddy Splash attaches to your bag with an included carabiner. A long, retractable chain allows you to use it comfortably – no bending over to clean your clubs or de-attaching and re-attaching the brush between shots. To get the water out of the handle, just give it a little squeeze, and it shoots out through the brush (below).
Having anything between the ball and the club face can impact your shot. From flyers to wedge shots that jump straight into the air, we’ve all experienced this firsthand. And while Caddy Splash can’t guarantee dry, tight, fairway lies, it can at least keep the dirt and grime off your club face.*
Caddy Splash’s water reservoir elevates it well beyond your standard club brush. Stiff bristles are a good start to getting rid of stubborn gunk, but there’s no substitute for the universal solvent.
Finally, because I can hear the comments already, it’s worth explaining why Caddy Splash is better than a wet towel. Most practically, a wet towel dries out, especially in the summer. Also, for getting into the grooves, you need a brush anyway. More importantly, a wet, dirty towel is gross. It’s going to end up soaking your bag and probably you (if you walk). Alternately, you’re going to spend a bunch of energy managing which end is wet and how to hold the bag to keep yourself dry. Caddy Splash is simply a better solution.
* If you’d like us to test just how important a clean, dry club face is in a Golf Myths Unplugged, let us know in the comments.
Caddy Splash club brushes retail on their website HERE for $16. That’s about the cost of sleeve of Pro V1s, and it just might keep you from losing a few of those during your round. If you’re aiming for the lowest possible score, keeping your clubs clean is a must, so Caddy Splash is worth the money.
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While I still love the dings and bruises on my irons, Caddy Splash has convinced me to start keeping my clubs clean. Cleaner clubs perform more predictably, and this removes all the excuses for not having a spotless set.
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A towel dipped in the water bucket does the same exact job.
Tell me you didn’t read the article without telling me you didn’t read the article.
Exactly! I own one and love it. It is easier than a wet towel, and allows you to keep grooves clean.
I’d love to see that test!
Is it going on your bag?
As always, thank you for what you do for the golf industry.
Yes, it’s attached to one of my bags now.
This is just a knockoff of the GroveIt brush that’s been around for a year or two. GrooveIt wins for me though because it attaches with a strong magnet on a carabiner which lets you completely remove it from the bag to be more mobile.
The best water golf brush I am using is the stick golf brush. Nice design and a great stream of water and the magnetic attachment works great. Been using it for 3 years and it still works like new