Channel brush

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By JReeter

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    I posted as to where I could find the brush to clean the active recoil channel on the woods, and team Titleist sent me one!!! Thank you so very much, from what I have found you can't purchase one, so this small gift was very very nice to receive. Thank you once again.

    Regards, J. Reeter

  2. Cavin Poh

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    Nice. Love to have one too!
  3. vurich
    First Tee Box

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    What does it look like? I need one badly. Maybe a DIY.
  4. Barry B
    Lake St Louis, MO

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    vurich said:

    What does it look like? I need one badly. Maybe a DIY.

    Go to The Clubhouse and look in the post "Belated Thank You". I posted a pic of the one I received from Cathi.
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    I second what vurich posted, what does it look like? After getting new 917 driver and 3 wood last Fall I have been looking for the same thing.
  6. Mike r
    Amherst, OH

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    That would be nice to have. I don't like using anything abrasive so I use a damp towel. But yeah if you could post a pic maybe we could duplicate it for our own use..thanks #TT
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    Here you go.
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    That would be fantastic to have. Can I get one somewhere?
  9. RJohnson
    Cleveland, Oh

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    That looks cool, congrats
  10. Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

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    I recently had a brush I used to clean my clubs that worked real well. Had purchased it at a local shop where I live before they went out of business. Last week, a neighbor was cleaning out his garage was going to throw away a set of irons 4-9 and I told him to hold on and asked if I could have them. The pros at the City Municipal course where I play have seminars for juniors all the time and are always in need of clubs, as I found out, for kids in the community. Not realizing how bad of shape the were in, I took them home and realized that I just could not give them to the course in that condition. They were nasty nasty. I took my brush off my bag and spent about an hour cleaning the clubs with the wire side of the brush and now the brush is a nub. It was worth it though, the pros were pleased to get the clubs and said knew of someone who could use them. Now that I know they need clubs, I am on the look for more used clubs. After all, it is only a brush....... Think I will invest in some steel wool and some WD 40 for future endeavors such as this one. Cheers........
  11. Tom B
    Northborough, MA

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    I know it's not my line but you gotta admit.........when it comes to customer service..........."These guys are good!", and gals.
  12. Manny A
    Staten Island, NY

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    I don't believe I saw that brush in the 2017 catalogue? Where would one purchase this brush? I have been using a regular cleaning brush. Works ok, but doesn't have a clip and needs to be in a pocket on the bag.
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    That's nice. I have been using a tee or divot tool. Its touch to get grass out especially on the fairway woods. I would love to purchase one if they are available somewhere.
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    Received one today. Thanks again Team Titleist!
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    I've been looking for something like this to clean out the channel on my hybrids and FW. Whats the chance of getting one from TT.
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    Glad you got what you were looking for. Looks like a very cool and useful brush, Titleist never disappoints
  17. Barry D
    Sunderland, 0

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    If these brushes are available to purchase now I would like to get one as my
    3 wood and hybrid gets a lot of dirt in which I struggle to get out. Another great tool produced by Titleist :)

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