Now that the leaves have fallen and covers some part of the course, (that's if there are leafy trees around your course), the spiked shoes are more likely to be picking up some dried up but wet leaves from sprinklers or morning dew, as we play through.
It isn't that tough to get it out, it's just annoying to work on it.
There is a mechanical brush by the pro shop, but it does not pick them all off out of the spikes.
The best way I've found so far: (err... ahmm... sorry to disappoint, our club is a self serve club-- but there's always an opening for the job LOL)
After the round, I brush off the leaves and mud and everything else that are caught up underneath with the nylon brush which I also use for my clubs. When it's during a round and had to come off, I wait till the next or near (off) the teeing grounds or just off the rough, but definitely not on the greens. (ha ha)
What other ways does anyone know of in dealing with the leaves on spikes?
Have fun at it, Guys.