Briefly stated, the golf club cleaning tool that forms the basis of the present invention involves a tool body unit, a primary tool head unit and an auxiliary accessory unit.
As a consequence of the foregoing situation, there has existed a need for a new and improved golf club cleaning tool that employs a plurality of flexible tines wherein each tine ends in a sharpened tooth that will remove accumulated debris from the grooves in the club face; and, the provision of such a construction is the stated objective of the present invention.
FIGS. 4-8 show the various embodiments of the auxiliary accessory unit that may be employed in combination with the golf club cleaning tool
As can be seen by reference to the drawings, and in particulary to FIG. 1, the golf club cleaning tool that forms the basis of the present invention is designated generally by reference number (10). The cleaning tool (10) comprises in general a tool body unit (11), a primary tool head unit (12) and an auxiliary accessory unit (13). These units will now be described in seriation fashion.