10 Knit Golf Club Cover Patterns

Golf clubs need to be protected from damage. No matter how easy you are on your clubs, they will get damaged if they are not covered. The best way to protect them is with knit golf club covers.

Premade golf club covers are often ugly, boring, and expensive. Instead of buying something you do not like, make your own knit golf club covers.

Knit Golf Club Cover Patterns

Below are 10 knit golf club cover knitting patterns. We have included everything from classic knit designs to fun and whimsical characters. There are so many patterns to choose from, there is definitely a cover you will want to knit.

1. Bubble Gum Knitted Golf Club Cover Pattern by CraftiqueRedux

Protect your golf clubs with these classic golf club covers. The knitted golf club head covers feature a ribbed bottom, textured top, and a fun pom pom. The puffy texture of the bubble gum stitch will add extra protection.

The PDF download is 2 pages long. It is an easy knitting pattern that can be completed by an advanced beginner.

Bubble Gum Knitted Golf Club Cover Pattern by CraftiqueRedux

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2. Loom Knitted Golf Head Cover Pattern by twocoulters

Are you a loom knitter? This is a beginner-friendly pattern you can use to make 1, 3, and 5 wood covers. They would make great gifts for the golfer in your life.

This pattern was written for a 12 peg loom. You will need to know cast on, ewrap, and cast off. The covers will fit both right and left-handed clubs.

Loom Knitted Golf Head Cover Pattern by twocoulters

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3. Kevin the Minion Golf Club Cover Knitting Pattern by AmiManila

Are you looking for a whimsical knitted golf club cover? How about this fun character from the Despicable Me movies? Everyone will love this adorable Minion.

This knitted golf club cover is made of 5 parts: head/body, hat, goggles, vest, and sock. The completed Kevin, the Minion, will fit a 460cc driver. The pattern can be adjusted to fit smaller clubs. There are 26 pages of step-by-step instructions with high resolution photos.

Kevin the Minion Golf Club Cover Knitting Pattern by AmiManila

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4. Easy Knit Golf Club Cover Pattern from Felt Magnet

Are you looking for a free knit golf club cover pattern? This one features a stripe design with tassels. You can change up the colours so that the golfer will be able to easily know which club is which.  

If you are only using two colours of yarn, you will only need one skein of each to make 3 covers. You will also need size 7 and 8 knitting needles.

Easy Knit Golf Club Cover Pattern from Felt Magnet

Find the Pattern from Felt Magnet HERE

5. Gopher Golf Club Cover Knitting Pattern by TalulaPatterns

How cute was the gopher in the Caddyshack movie? Make your own adorable gopher with this fun knit golf club pattern. This cute little guy even has his own golf ball.  

This pattern is knit flat on two needles and then seamed. You will need size 10 (6.0 mm) knitting needles, worsted weight yarn in beige and taupe, a small amount of any black yarn, and a large needle for sewing.

Gopher Golf Club Cover Knitting Pattern by TalulaPatterns

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6. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Knitted Golf Head Cover Pattern by SundaesShop

These knitted golf head covers would be perfect for a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle fan. With this pattern, you can make Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, and Raphael.

This pattern is very easy to complete. It is simple, well written, and extremely easy to read.  

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Knitted Golf Head Cover Pattern by SundaesShop

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7. Handknit Golf Club Cover Pattern by Made by Marni

Here is a free knit golf club cover pattern that uses stripes to designate the number of the wood. The pattern uses ribbing on the shaft and a stockinette stitch for the body. And to finish the covers off, you get to make some fun pom poms.  

To make these knit golf club covers you will need size 8 double pointed needles, Lion Brand Wool-Ease yarn, and a pom pom maker.

Handknit Golf Club Cover Pattern by Made by Marni

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8. Knitted Golf Head Cover Pattern by KnackKnits

Golf in style with these fluffy, soft knitted golf head covers. Make each cover in a different colour, so you can quickly differentiate between the clubs.  

This pattern can be completed by an advanced beginner.

Knitted Golf Head Cover Pattern by KnackKnits

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9. “She’s a Lady” Knit Golf Club Cover by erosgifts

Do you want a sophisticated lady watching over your golf clubs? This cutie will make everyone laugh. The colours of this pretty lady knit golf club pattern can be changed to coordinate with other golf club covers.

This is an easy to knit retro style golf club cover. The completed cover is 8 inches long and fits putters, small hybrids, and retrievers.

She's a Lady Knit Golf Club Cover by erosgifts

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10. Knitting Pattern for Golf Club Covers by Cornishknittingco

This is a knit golf club cover pattern that will produce simple yet lovely golf club covers. You can use any colour combination you like. The possibilities are endless.

Included with the download are 3 different styles and sizes. All the covers are worked in aran weight alpaca and acrylic mix yarn. This is a quick and easy knitting pattern. The pattern uses both 3 and 3.25 mm needles and double pointed needles.

Knitting Pattern for Golf Club Covers by Cornishknittingco

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Are you looking for a unique gift idea for a golfer? Check out our list of knit golf club cover patterns.

Golf clubs will jostle around and get damaged if they are not properly protected. They are too expensive to let this happen. Instead of letting them bang around into each other, protect them with knit golf club covers. Nobody wants to waste money buying new clubs because of unnecessary damage.

If you want more gift ideas, we have tons just for you! Check out these Mens Hat Patterns, Knitted Slippers, Mens Socks and a lot more here.

If you enjoy golfing or are looking to make a knitted gift for a golfer, make some club covers. Covers are a necessity that should not be skipped. So, what are you waiting for? Get started on a set of knit golf club covers now.