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Pro golfers get valuable headcovers for free

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. – One of the upsides of being a pro golfer is that even when you’re not that good, you still get a bunch of free stuff.

We’ve already written about all the various golf clubs that get shoved players’ way, and the delightfully organized driving range, so now it’s time to check out another thing pros get for free: putter covers.

The funny thing about putter covers is that they’re almost pointless. They’re really just there to look good and provide a modicum of protection to the putter so it keeps looking nice, even though looking nice doesn’t really have any bearing on its functionality.

But anyway, these PGA Tour-level putter covers do all that beautifully.

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(Luke Kerr-Dineen/USA Today)

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(Luke Kerr-Dineen/USA Today)

(Luke Kerr-Dineen/USA Today)

(Luke Kerr-Dineen/USA Today)

(Luke Kerr-Dineen/USA Today)

(Luke Kerr-Dineen/USA Today)

(Luke Kerr-Dineen/USA Today)

(Luke Kerr-Dineen/USA Today)

(Luke Kerr-Dineen/USA Today)

(Luke Kerr-Dineen/USA Today)

(Luke Kerr-Dineen/USA Today)

(Luke Kerr-Dineen/USA Today)

(Luke Kerr-Dineen/USA Today)

(Luke Kerr-Dineen/USA Today)

(Luke Kerr-Dineen/USA Today)

(Luke Kerr-Dineen/USA Today)

These things come cheap, either. Not at all. Scotty Cameron putter head covers are the most expensive out there, and they often sell for in the…

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