This little gadget is our new favorite golf brush


Welcome to Gimme That, a column where we’ll highlight one notable item we think you might like. Whether it’s an article of clothing, an intriguing electronic device or anything in between, we want to share these items with you because they’ve generated a bit of chatter by our water cooler (or, these days, on our Slack channel). So sit back, scroll down and keep up with the latest gear golf has to offer.

The Grooveit Brush is an innovative little product that will totally change your game. Once you get one of these, there’s no need to dip your towel in a pond, spit on your clubs or perform any of those other less-than-sanitary golf club cleaning habits. Rather than having just bristles, the brush’s hollow handle holds water or a cleaning solution that squirts out through the brush end to keep your clubs squeaky-clean. The handle also holds enough liquid to last two to three rounds. It’s not much bigger than your normal, run-of-the-mill golf brush, and clips easily to your bag with a mini carabiner.

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Grooveit Brush




Heavy-duty nylon bristles with a 3-year replacement warranty

The self-contained tube holds water or cleaning solution

Holds enough liquid to last multiple rounds and refills easily

The unique magnetic securing system allows secure attachment to the golf bag

The magnetic system also allows cord-free mobility to use away from the golf bag

High-quality magnets that will last the lifetime of the grooveit brush

Lightweight, yet extremely rugged and durable

Ensures maximum backspin, distance, and accuracy

Ergonomically designed pistol grip

Attaches to golf bag with high-quality mini-carabiner

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