The Original Animal Golf Headcover
Founded in 1978, Daphne’s Headcovers is the original animal golf headcover. Our mission is to help golfers like you add personality to their golf bags and protect their expensive clubs during transport.
Over the last 40 years, we have made great progress. You can find Daphnes in the top pro shops in the U.S. and in more than 75 countries around the world. Our headcovers are carried by more than 200 touring pros in the PGA and LPGA. We are consistently selected as a top golf product by both Forbes and Condé Nast gift guides.
All of our headcovers include a lifetime warranty. That’s right, we guarantee them for life.
Our headcovers are made with premium UV-resistant faux fur and thread that’s four times stronger than conventional thread. However, in the rare case that something goes wrong with your Daphne’s Headcover, we stand behind our product. We will either mend your current headcover or send you a replacement to get you back on the course.
The Story of Daphne's Headcovers
Daphne’s Headcovers started when Jane Spicer wanted to buy a 16-foot sailboat. Her Mom, Daphne, challenged the then-10-year-old Spicer, to earn that sailboat.
Daphne and Jane began making hand puppets and selling them at art shows throughout the Phoenix Valley. At one art show, a customer suggested that they turn the hand puppets into golf headcovers. Jane who had succeeded in buying that sailboat, was now 16, and wanted a car. Daphne again challenged her to buy that car and Daphne’s Headcovers was born.
Jane continued selling headcovers throughout high school and college. After college Jane sold her car, bought a cargo van with two seats, and joined the business full-time. She spent the next six years on the road selling puppets at weekend art shows to fund the growing headcover business. On the weekdays, she would sew headcovers. Jane visited golf courses, pro shops, and retail stores, all over the US during this time and began building her headcover customer base.
After years on the road, Jane built up enough customers to focus on headcovers full-time. Jane kept at it, listening to customers and introducing new headcovers every year. In 1996 she heard rumors that a hotshot golfer was carrying her Tiger headcover. This golfer, Tiger Woods, won the masters in 1997 and cemented Daphne’s Headcovers place in golf culture.
Today, Daphne’s is still in Phoenix, Arizona, and Jane is at the helm. As the original animal golf headcover, Daphne’s is now also the longest woman-owned and operated golf business. She leads the organization with the same lifetime guarantee and customer-first mindset built during the art show days.