How to get the best experience from your club washers..
The club washers that we make at RHI Golf hold a 5-gallon water bucket and have a removable grate that lets water drain. On the left and right side of the unit there are arms that can hold a towel and you can attach a handheld scrub brush to it. The club washers look the nicest on the market (several steps up from the mean green machine at Par Aide..) and are about half the price (seriously) of Prestwick’s plastic trim club washers..
Instead of having built in brushes that are hard to clean, we decided to go old school and design a golf club cleaning station where members would use a handheld scrubber because:
- The member can gently clean their clubs and are less likely to get scratches during the cleaning process than with a bucket that has built in brushes.
- It’s the cleanest experience. Built-in brushes aren’t the easiest to keep clean and dirt gets all up in it. How clean can you expect your clubs to get with grimy brushes??
- Handheld scrubbers are inexpensive and easy to replace. You can order new scrubber and get them in 2 days with Amazon Prime’s free shipping for example (wham, bam, done!)
Also, we make trash can enclosures for the driving range that look great next to the club washers..