Golf clubs that send golf balls flying at innocent caddies and birdies can put one in embarrassing situations. Avoid being looked over by the guys for a day on the greens, by sending your clubs to be refurbished by Steve Riley Golf Club Refurbishments for R500.
If golf was played in a pillow factory and golf balls were made out of sponge your golf clubs would stay new forever, but golf is played on earthy terrain and an accumulation of wear and tear can be expected. Weather beaten clubs draw attention from the golf club supervisor, who makes a point of driving by to judgementally eye one’s scruffy clubs.
Tempting as it is to lob an ‘Oops, sorry!’ golf ball at the supervisor rather avoid the whole fiasco altogether by sending those tired clubs for a much needed restoration. It’s a lot easier than trying to find a new range. A refurbishment will restore your battered clubs back to their former glory.
Steve Riley Golf Club Refurbishments collect, restore and return golf clubs. One might not believe the pristine brand new golf clubs returned are the ones that were sent away in the first place. Steve Riley Golf Club Refurbishments restore all golf irons, wedges, drivers, and putters. Clubs are collected from all over the Western Cape.
Golf Club Fact: Golf was discovered when Lord Henry Longtooth tried to recover a ring that a crow had snatched up from him. He used the reverse end of his walking stick to lob a clot of dirt at the bird. After a few attempts, he had broken several windows, ruined the lady Fay’s washing but managed to take the bothersome bird right out of the sky claiming back the ring.