My 2nd product review! In this post, I’ll be reviewing the Tidy Golfer clubface cleaner. Click the jump to see what I think about it!
With me? Nice.
First, let’s watch their ad (don’t freak out… it’s only 1:15):
If I were to post a “tl;dr” version, I’d say “Just watch the ad”. It’s that simple- the Tidy Golfer really does work as it says.
I’m going to stop right here with a disclaimer:
I bought this Tidy Golfer with my own moneys. They did not pay me, I’m not asking for money. Just like my review of the MG Golf Dynagrip Elite golf glove, I’m doing this because I really like it, and I think you will, too.
This ain’t one of those “too big to fail” golf media outlets that rely on advertising dollars. I might fail, but I’ll go down with my integrity intact.
What did we learn from the video? Well, the biggie is, it’s super easy to use.
Here you can see the inside of the Tidy Golfer, which I added water to. It says to add two tablespoons of water, which I did. On the course, I’m positive the old “eyeballing it” method will work just fine.
See that swatch of blue material? That’s where the
magic scrubbing action groove-cleaning awesomeness comes from.
Here’s my 5 iron, which you can see needed a scrubbing. Well, following the directions I got from the card
Which lead me to this:
With my 5 iron coming out spic-n-span when I got done:
attaching the Tidy Golfer to your bag is just as simple. Like this:
The Tidy Golfer’s competitively priced, when compared to something like the Frogger Brush (the red-handled brush under the Tidy Golfer), at $19.97.
Now for some Pros and Cons:
- Easy to use
- Thoroughly cleans the clubface
- Digs out gunk from the grooves
- Portable, easily attaching to your golf bag
- Unobtrusive and lightweight
- Well-constructed; no loose stitching and clean seams
- Throw it in the washing machine when you need to!
It cleans golf balls, too! No more worrying if the “Par Aid” devices have water in them- just use the Tidy Golfer!
- Doesn’t clean drivers, mini-drivers or fairway woods
- May or may not clean your hybrids*
- One color option (black)
Yes, I’m nit-picking. I really don’t have any true complaints… they’re upfront about not being able to do woods, so it’s not like I was surprised.
*= It’s not mentioned on the website, but I was able to clean my hybrids with the Tidy Golfer. I have the S2 Pro from Diamond Tour Golf; they’re on the smaller side. This may depend on what style of hybrid you’re using. The more “iron-like” hybrids may fit better than the “wood-like” styles. They don’t make any claims on their website… it was just an experiment I tried. As they say: “YMMV”.
What’s more, they have a return policy. Straight from the site:
You can return a product for up to 30 days from the date you purchased it.
Any product you return must be in the same condition you received it and in the original packaging. Please keep the receipt.
No worries… though personally, I don’t think it’ll come to that.