Project Title

Golf Club Cleaner

College

College of Engineering and Polymer Science

Date of Last Revision

2022-05-05 12:11:29

Major

Mechanical Engineering

Honors Course

4600:461

Number of Credits

2

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science

Date of Expected Graduation

Spring 2022

Abstract

Cleaning golf clubs can be a tedious process, however a necessary one to maintain equipment. Clubs are normally cleaned by filling a bucket with soap and water, soaking all the clubs to be cleaned, then scrubbing each one individually. An automatic club cleaner would make this process much easier and more enjoyable. Using electric motors, the club cleaner would have spinning brushes in soap and water to quickly and easily clean the club head. The machine would have different sections for cleaning the club head, polishing the club face, and cleaning the grip. The cleaner should be inexpensive and easy to clean, using a good system for adding clean water and draining dirty water. This project would combine the knowledge learned through coursework with design skills, market research, cost analysis, and testing.

Research Sponsor

David Peters

First Reader

Jeff LaMarre

Second Reader

Gopal Nadkarni

Honors Faculty Advisor

Scott Sawyer

ORoach Hackbath Final Page 1.pdf (174 kB)
Final Signature Page 1

ORoach Hackbath Final Page 2.pdf (287 kB)
Final Signature Page 2

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