Uses for old golf clubs?

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I have about ten old golf clubs I would like to use in some way, but not in a garden. We have a tall wood fence around our backyard. We have an open front yard. For Christmas outdoor decorating I plan on making an angel and a snowman. We have an open kitchen-family room, no fireplace, and a living room, dining room, and foyer in our one floor house that could use some fun. Iโ€™m open to all ideas! ๐Ÿ˜‡๐Ÿ

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  • Kara Jensen Kovach Kara Jensen Kovach on Nov 08, 2017
    My brother is an avid golfer and did a golf themed bathroom. I made him a curtain for his bathroom window with vintage golf themed fabric and he used an old golf club from our grandfather as the curtain rod. He also used an old club as a towel rack for the hand towels.

  • Lynne RynierTrout Lynne RynierTrout on Nov 08, 2017
    Picture a big ball, an empty tuna can, and painted golf balls and some silver florist wire. First, place two small holes on either side of the tuna can bottom. Second: Slip 3 yards of wire through holes, leaving the cut ends outside. Next. Use E6000 glue to the inside holes and wire to make the wire stable. Next glue the tuna can upside down to the ball. Let dry. Next twist the wire's base ends together, maybe about 4 times. (The ones just outside the tuna can.) Next, glue the golf ball to the tuna can and wire. Wrap the wire horizontally up the golf ball and twist again about 4 times. Form the rest of the wire into one giant loop and use more E6000 on final twisted loop to make it stable, and hang it from your outside tree like a colorful CHRISTmas ball. Wha Lah. You're done. (The golf ball asct as a small weight to keep the wind flinging down and the ball stable. Hope this helps. It's really easy, just a little time consuming , but worth it.

    • Jewellmartin Jewellmartin on Nov 08, 2017
      This sounds like a great idea! I can see several of these inside, made with big round balloons or glued yarn balls made over the balloons. Maybe I can wire a golf ball inside an 8 oz. fruit can. Iโ€™m going to keep this idea and see if I can do it in December. Do you have any ideas for golf clubs? Thank you.

  • Fiddledd224 Fiddledd224 on Nov 08, 2017
    Can you use them as curtain rods in a man cave?

    • Jewellmartin Jewellmartin on Nov 08, 2017
      Thank you, Fiddledd224! I havenโ€™t seen your responses in a while. Sharon Jensen Kovach suggest a similar idea for a bathroom. What do you think of skinny candy canes? Or maybe something round on the heads to make these into lollipops? I just canโ€™t picture it yet. Help?

  • Vimarhonor Vimarhonor on Nov 08, 2017
    Ive always liked the golf club paper towel holder.

    • Jewellmartin Jewellmartin on Nov 08, 2017
      Vimarhonor, thank you for the website! Napkin holder, tie rack, papertowel rack, side table, and many more ideas. Iโ€™m now looking for Christmas ideas, but I think I have enough for two or more projects. This is so much fun! ๐Ÿ˜‡๐Ÿ

  • Vimarhonor Vimarhonor on Nov 08, 2017
    Best wishes in your creative adventures! Consider showing off results here!