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Black Oxide

Black oxide is a finish that is applied to golf clubs to provide a sleek, black finish. The finish is created by chemically converting the surface of the metal into magnetite, a black iron oxide. The process is achieved through immersion of the clubhead into a bath of chemicals, which creates a uniform layer of black oxide on the surface. The finish is not only aesthetically pleasing but also provides protection against rust and wear.

Advantages of using black oxide on golf clubs include its durability and resistance to wear and tear. Black oxide also has a lower reflectivity compared to other finishes, which reduces glare when playing in bright sunlight.

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