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Review Devikka Golf Ball Pick Up Retriever, Suction Cup Golf Ball Grabber Sucker Tool for Putter Grip Golf Accessory, Black

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Details: Devikka Golf Ball Pick Up Retriever, Suction Cup Golf Ball Grabber Sucker Tool for Putter Grip Golf Accessory, Black

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Review Devikka Golf Ball Pick Up Retriever, Suction Cup Golf Ball Grabber Sucker Tool for Putter Grip Golf Accessory, Black

Specification: golf ball pick-up, 1 piece. (no putter, no putter grip, no ball) Color: black Material: rubber and zinc alloy Size (approx): inner diameter 2.6 cm; outer diameter 3 cm; total height 3.8 cm; height of screw tip 1.8 cm; weight 35 g (1.23 Ounces) Package Dimensions (approx): 4.45 x 6.5 x 1.1 inches; 1.41 Ounces Advantages: 1.Rubber cup = easy to suck up golf balls. 2.Screw-in and screw-out design = easy to be attached to the end of your putter grip and take off when not in use. 3.No bending = less strain on your back, more time for your practice. 4.Mini size 1 ball pick-up = not much space in your bags for golf accessories, easy to take. Guarantee: To customers, we promise timely delivery, timely return, timely answers for you here. Notice: Due to differences in light and pixels, please take physical design and color shall prevail

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Advantages

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  • 【Material】: the golf ball pick-up = the cup ring of rubber + the screw head of zinc alloy. Screw it in the end of your putter grip and make it easy to suck up golf balls.
  • 【Easy Installation】: Attach it to the grip to suck up balls. Screw clock wise down into your putter grip until snug against the top of the grip, then screw out when not in use. Because of its small size, you can just keep it in the end of your putter grip for next use to retrieve balls and it won’t make any problem for your putting practice.
  • 【No Bending】: Install the ball suction tool at the end of your putter grip, and then it can be a good golf retriever with your putter as a whole. After putting practice, you can pick up golf balls without bending with your putter and the suck-it-up tool. In this way, less strain will be there on your back. Also you can save more time for your golf entertainment.
  • 【Easy to Take】: This golf suck-it-up tool is easy to take when to do golf practice. For one thing, when you first attach it to the end of your putter grip, you do not have to take it off. Just let the ball suction cup there with your putter and it would not bother your practice but help you to pick up golf balls easily. For another, you could also take the small tool off from your putter and make it in your bags with other golf accessories. It is easy for you to keep it.

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  • Is an online purchase
  • Delivery may be delayed in some areas.

review Devikka Golf Ball Pick Up Retriever, Suction Cup Golf Ball Grabber Sucker Tool for Putter Grip Golf Accessory, Black

review Devikka Golf Ball Pick Up Retriever, Suction Cup Golf Ball Grabber Sucker Tool for Putter Grip Golf Accessory, Black

Buyer Guide Golf Ball Retrievers

You should be looking for the following things when purchasing a golf ball retriever:

  • Price: Golf ball retrievers can be quite pricey. So, set a specific budget range within which you’re willing to shop.
  • Retrievable Type: Depending on your budget, you might want to look at the various types of golf ball retrievers available.
  • Retriever Size: The golf ball retriever’s size will determine its ability to retrieve a golf ball. So, if your budget allows it, you might want to look for a golf ball retriever with a larger retrieval capacity.
  • Retriever Accessories: Some golf ball retrievers will come with accessories, such as a carry bag or bag clips.
  • Retrievable Capability: How many golf balls can your golf ball retriever retrieve?
  • Warranty: Some golf ball retrievers come with a warranty.

How to choose Golf Ball Retrievers

Golf ball retrievers are one of the most important pieces of equipment needed for a golfer. But with so many choices, how do you know which retriever is best for your

game? Here’s what you need to consider when choosing the best golf ball retriever for you:

Material: Material choice is entirely a matter of personal preference. Most retrievers are made from a plastic material, which is lightweight and easy to use. Others are made of aluminum and stainless steel. Stainless steel retrievers are rust-resistant, but aluminum models tend to be more durable and affordable.

Handle: Handles come in various lengths and shapes, which can affect how comfortable they are to use. Handles that are too long and wide may be hard to throw, while short and wide handles can be uncomfortable to hold. A retriever with a handle that curves slightly inward may feel more natural in your hand.

Weight: The lighter a retriever is, the easier it is to throw, but this isn’t always a positive thing. Lighter retrievers can be less durable than heavier models, especially if you often throw them in wet conditions.

Number of pockets: The number of pockets your retriever has will also affect how convenient it is to use. More pockets will allow you to retrieve more balls at once, but too many pockets can make it harder to keep track of the number of balls you have. An average rule of thumb is to have one pocket

How to use Golf Ball Retrievers

A golf ball retriever is a tool that is designed to retrieve balls that land far away from where they were originally hit. These devices are generally easy to use, but some pros believe they have some drawbacks that you may want to consider.

Golf ball retrievers come in various sizes, shapes, and designs. Generally, these devices are lightweight, portable, and very easy to use. In fact, these devices work the same way as a golf club, except they use a large, flexible hook with a rubber-coated surface, instead of a metal hook.
After you’ve dropped your ball, simply pull the retriever’s handle back. The hook attached to a wire reel will slip underneath the ball and pull it back to you.