Navy Anchors Headcover for Drivers and Fairway Woods
The Navy Anchors Headcover is constructed with Cayce’s Heavyweight Polyester/Spandex outer cover with a sublimated design and a plush inner lining. The Head Cover also features a strong elastic inner lining with just the right amount of strength to never fall off or jolt off your Driver or Fairway Woods, but easy enough to slide off when you’re teeing off. This Golf Head Cover style fits almost all current Drivers and Fairway Woods.
Cayce Head Covers are not your traditional style head cover made from vinyl or leather. While our Driver and Wood Headcovers are made in the USA and cover construction is top-notch, our feel and style is less stuffy old country club and more let’s have a good time and look great doing it. Our headcovers are also machine washable.
Highlighted Features of the Navy Anchors Headcover:
Polyester and Spandex Outer Cover
Sublimated Design featuring Sky Blue Anchors on a Navy Background
Plush Oatmeal Inner Lining Material
Strong Elastic Inner Liner
Machine Washable (Cold Water) / Dryer Safe (Tumble Dry Low)
Fits Most Popular Models of Drivers and Fairway Woods.
Check out our matching Putter Covers here.
Manufactured in the U.S.A.
Received this in the mail yesterday and it is a great headcover. It has great shape the lining is very good and the elastic inside keeps it on the club. I've used other headcovers of similar style from other makers and this one is right up there with them in all categories. i will be purchasing more in the future.
Brian, I know I've already thanked you once, but I'm going to do it again. I sincerely appreciate you taking the time to reach out AND post a review. Glad you're liking the headcover! -Steve @ Cayce
Man, I love it! The quality is just so great and looks amazing in the bag. Been looking for a while to find a good headcover that suits me while looking good in my bag, and soon as I saw this I had to order it! Would definitely recommend!!
Thanks Eli! This one's a favorite of mine too. I appreciate the review! Share a picture of the bag when you make it out on the course. -Steve @ Cayce