Wild, wacky head covers of the golf course

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We love crazy driver head covers, so we reached out to you all to see if we could find the coolest head cover in golf.
By Matt S. Craig
PGA.com

Series: Golf Buzz

Published: Sunday, November 06, 2016 | 1:04 p.m.

People like to tell me that the cover you put on your driver doesn't matter. "How many strokes does that take off your scorecard?" they say, "how many putts does it make for you?"

To those fun-suckers, I reply with a couple questions of my own: "How can you quantify that feeling you get when you're reaching for the big dog on a long par 5, and Yoda is looking you in the eye?" and "can you evaluate the mental edge you get over your playing buddies you have when you're packing a pair of American flag boxing gloves over the woods in your bag?"

You can't. So now that we can all agree that head covers are awesome, you can understand why we reached out to you all on social media (follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram if you aren't already!) trying to find the coolest head cover in golf. You all did not disappoint:

Some solid advice here from Travis Young:

 

Nate Cleghorn sent us Stewie from "Family Guy":

 

 

Bill Murray would not approve of this submission from Barbie Starks:

 

Shirley Wong brings us Garfield. I bet this golf club tastes like lasagna:

 

 

 

Martha Hudson gives us Grumpy from "Snow White":

 

 

What Adam Proto lacks in figurines, he makes up for in color:

 

 

We take it that David Greeno is a Notre Dame fan:

 

 

Molly Switzer asks, "who says golf and unicorns can't go together?":

 

 

After some research, I've determined that this submission from Colin Reston is the mascot for Scottish football club Partick Thistle:

Matt Erwin's crab is always watching him:

 

 

I'm not entirely sure if this dog from Jim Szink is a head cover or an actual dog:

 

 

Lynette Garverick King says her husband is always sporting Cool Eddie:

Atakan Karakaya has an entire zoo operating in his bag:

 

 

Matt S. Craig is a PGA.com intern and a Digital Sports Production student at Ball State University.