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What kind of headcovers do you use??

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    I did not realize Stitch would do collegiate logos...I am going to have to look into them!

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    I did not realize Stitch would do collegiate logos...I am going to have to look into them!

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    I did not realize Stitch would do collegiate logos...I am going to have to look into them!

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    I did not realize Stitch would do collegiate logos...I am going to have to look into them!

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    Chris92009
    I did not realize Stitch would do collegiate logos...I am going to have to look into them!

    i think to get their "special" logos you have to get them from the golf shop and not directly from Stitch.

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    i decided to go with a set of Stitch covers.  They had a limited edition release of the style i liked, but since they were almost gone, they had them marked way down.  i couldn't pass them up.  i'll post pictures when i get them (or after Christmas if my wife doesn't let me see them!)

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    I'm sure you won't be disappointed, they really are a top notch product. And best of all, made in the good old U.S.A.  !

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    I've wanted to get the angry bird, a Yoda, I was too late for a Daphne T-Rex, and every time I am at the store I go naaaah and stick with the stock ones :). I recently saw this website and thought they were pretty nice: http://www.seamusgolf.com/

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    Daniel R
    I've wanted to get the angry bird, a Yoda, I was too late for a Daphne T-Rex, and every time I am at the store I go naaaah and stick with the stock ones :). I recently saw this website and thought they were pretty nice: http://www.seamusgolf.com/

    those are cool looking.  i'll have to keep them in mind the next time i decide to change head-covers.

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    The rocket tour ones are great but they might rip easily depending on how much wear they have.

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    tdogg21
    Daniel RI've wanted to get the angry bird, a Yoda, I was too late for a Daphne T-Rex, and every time I am at the store I go naaaah and stick with the stock ones :). I recently saw this website and thought they were pretty nice: http://www.seamusgolf.com/

    those are cool looking.  i'll have to keep them in mind the next time i decide to change head-covers.

    How would the wool do in wet weather? That is the only reason that would keep me from trying these...pleather and leather as we all know also have great durability characteristics if manufactured correctly.  JAT

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    Driver: white Titleist Japan issue

    Fairway & Hybrid: Titleist barrel covers

    WW

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    I really like Cru covers.  The shape works well for me and the owner Adam has been awesome from a service perspective,

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    I wouldn't do it but my partner in our member /guest this past weekend had a KISS (Gene Simmons) head cover. Oh the comments abounded as you might imagine.