How to wash your golf towel

Golf towel makers say they can save you money by washing your golf towels in a dishwasher or an air dryer, not just by soaking them in the microwave.The companies, including Tomioka, are among the first to offer their products in the US, after launching in Japan and Europe a year ago.A new US GolfTowelShop…

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Golf towel makers say they can save you money by washing your golf towels in a dishwasher or an air dryer, not just by soaking them in the microwave.

The companies, including Tomioka, are among the first to offer their products in the US, after launching in Japan and Europe a year ago.

A new US GolfTowelShop is being launched in Los Angeles, California, and other cities in California, Washington, Texas and Georgia.

It features a large selection of golf towel manufacturers and accessories.

Golf towels are traditionally washed in hot water, and then dried in a hot water bath before being sent to a drying facility.

The towel makers said it’s possible to use both the washing machine and the drying machine to wash golf towels.

“The main purpose of our products is to provide you with an economical solution to dry your golf shirt, sweater, or towel.

You can wash it in the dryer or an oven and dry it in an oven, or just use a dish-washer,” said Shiho Tomiokawa, president of Tomiowa Golf Towels.

He said golf towels could be used to dry clothing, bedding and towels, and they can be used for cooking and laundry.

The US is one of the biggest buyers of golf towels and the industry is expected to grow to more than $1 trillion by 2021, according to the American Golf Towing Association.

The industry is also expected to reach $5 trillion by 2022.

Tomioka said that by 2020, the company was expecting to reach 2 million golf towels sold in the United States, including a 10 percent increase from 2015.

“Our customers have a variety of different types of golf shirts, from all kinds of different sizes,” Tomiota said.

“And we’re offering different types and sizes of towels to the consumers in the U.S. and the world.”

Tomiota and other golf towel makers have been pushing to get their products into the hands of the US market, and the US golf industry has seen an increase in sales since the introduction of the new products.

The golf industry is looking to reach its global goal of becoming one of golf’s top $5 billion markets by 2021.

Germans have been buying golf towels since the 1970s, when golf balls first hit the US.

Golf towels are made in Europe and have become popular in Asia and Latin America.

In Japan, golf towels have been sold in supermarkets since the 1980s.

Tomooka said the new US products would be made available in the next few weeks.