Our 4 Majors Hybrid Glub Cover is constructed with Cayce’s soft & heavyweight polyester/spandex outer cover with a sublimated 4 Majors Design and a plush oatmeal inner lining. Cayce hybrid covers also feature a strong elastic inner lining with just the right amount of strength to never fall off or jolt off your hybrid unexpectedly, but easy enough to slide off when you’re teeing off. All Cayce golf hybrid head covers fit most hybrids on the market today and from the past 5 years from all major manufacturers including, but not limited to: Titleist Hybrids, Ping Hybrids, Taylormade Hybrids, Callaway Hybrids, Cobra Hybrids.
Cayce hybrid headcovers protect the clubs from striking each other and from weather and incidental damage while in the bag, as well as make clubs more identifiable at a glance, and provide a personal touch to a player's bag.
While our golf hybrid head covers are made in the USA 🇺🇸 and construction is top-notch, they are not your traditional style headcover made from vinyl or leather. Our feel and style is less stuffy old country club and more let’s have a good time and look great doing it. All of our hybrid headcovers are machine washable (cold/tumble dry).
Highlighted Features of the Transfusion Hybrid Headcover:
- Soft, Heavyweight Polyester and Spandex Outer Cover
- Sublimated 4 Majors themed Design
- Plush Oatmeal Inner Lining Material
- Strong Elastic Inner Liner
- Machine Washable (Cold) / Dryer Safe (Tumble Dry Low)
- Fits Snug on Most Popular Models of Hybrids, a bit looser on Driving Irons.
- Made in Boston, MA USA.
Awesome head cover
Fits and looks great. Already getting questions on how others who have seen it can get themselves one. Highly recommend all of the items on Cayce’s sight.
Amazing Product, But bad timing on the discount offers
I love the product I bought but immediately after my purchase i was given a popup add for a free towel with the purchase of a headcover... when i had jut purchased both a headcover and a towel. Cayce makes quality products but their website interaction could have been slightly better