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Thursday, June 26, 2014

Put a Stripe on Your Driver

ClubCrown Stripe
Want to spice up that driver of yours?  Or maybe cover up the idiot mark that guy you loaned it to put on it (never you, of course)?  ClubCrown by VIVE has the solution. It's the ClubCrown STRIPE, a new self-install product at a really attractive price point. You can put the ClubCrown STRIPE on any metal wood yourself in just minutes.

"The STRIPE allows golfers to customize the crown of their club for only $19.99 and gives them the added benefit of serving as an alignment aid," says Andrew Glaser, Founder and CEO of the company. "Just like the original ClubCrown, the STRIPE can be removed and won't damage a club's finish. Every design we make has fantastic alignment properties and, at the same time, gives your clubs a very cool look and feel. All STRIPES are the same width as a golf ball and our proprietary alignment method ensures that the stripe always goes straight back. The customized alignment properties of the STRIPE are totally unprecedented in golf, especially at this amazing price point."

The STRIPE will be offered in over 70 collegiate and military designs, plus many other exciting designs. Installation only takes a few minutes. An easy-to-follow instructional video on the ClubCrown STRIPE website shows just how simple the process is.

ClubCrown designs and manufactures high-tech films that are installed on the crowns of drivers, fairway woods and hybrids.  The New York-based company, ClubCrown, started out selling a professionally installed product. The films are available in hundreds of designs, colors, patterns, universities and logos.  ClubCrowns are durable and highly resistant to bubbles, ripples and peeling.  They are also removable.

Among many other books, Dave Donelson is the author of Weird Golf: 18 tales of fantastic, horrific, scientifically impossible, and morally reprehensible golf

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