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Review GRAPHICS & MORE Back 40 Barn Keepin’ It Rural Lab Dog Mallard Duck Hunting Golfing Premium Metal Golf Ball Marker

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Review GRAPHICS & MORE Back 40 Barn Keepin’ It Rural Lab Dog Mallard Duck Hunting Golfing Premium Metal Golf Ball Marker

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  • MAKE A STATEMENT: Embrace understated with our subtle but stylish golf ball marker. Perfectly sized for the green, this metal marker is the perfect accessory for a day out on the links.
  • EASY TO STYLE: Includes one chrome plated marker with mirror finish and resin-topped design as shown. Pocket sized for easy carrying. Approximately 1.5� (3.8cm) in diameter.
  • FOR THE FAN WHO HAS EVERYTHING: Our sleek and durable ball markers are great for afternoon outings, theme events, tournaments & more. Perfect as party favors, goodie bag fillers, fundraiser tokens, wedding favors, or for anytime feel-good fun.
  • Jim Baldwin. License bCreative.

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review GRAPHICS & MORE Back 40 Barn Keepin' It Rural Lab Dog Mallard Duck Hunting Golfing Premium Metal Golf Ball Marker

review GRAPHICS & MORE Back 40 Barn Keepin' It Rural Lab Dog Mallard Duck Hunting Golfing Premium Metal Golf Ball Marker

Buyer Guide Golf Ball Markers

Perhaps, you’re here because you’re interested in finding a cost-effective gift for the golfer in your life. That’s great, but let’s be realistic for a moment. There’s no sense in buying golf ball markers that’ll only last a golfer a handful of holes.

  • Golf Ball Markers & Golf Balls: Since golf ball markers aren’t exactly cheap, and since most golfers tend to play at least 10 holes with 18 balls per round, it makes sense to invest in markers that will last.
  • Type of Golf Ball Marker: Metal markers are more durable than plastic, but plastic markers are easier to clean and disinfect between rounds.
  • Size: A rule of thumb: the bigger the marker, the more durability and longer the marker will last.
  • Price: Think about how much you want to spend – and keep in mind that golf ball markers are often sold as a set.

How to choose Golf Ball Markers

Golf ball markers are an important part of any golf bag, and choosing the right ones can greatly improve your game. How do you know which markers are best?

Here are some tips to keep in mind when looking for golf ball markers:

Choose the right shape: Ball markers come in all shapes and sizes, but the most common are the thin, round discs. Choose a rounded marker if you’ll be using your ball marker frequently. Flat markers, on the other hand, are better for occasional use, as they’re less likely to slide around on the green.

Pick the right material: Markers can be made from metal, wood, rubber, or any other material, but the most popular is made from plastic. Plastic markers are durable and easy to clean, but they’re not as likely to last as long as metal markers.

Match your marker with your ball: Many marking tools are sold separately, but you can choose a marker that matches your ball. Many professionals use white markers to match the color of the balls they play with; you can do the same for select balls or buy multiple markers (one for each ball in your bag).

How to use Golf Ball Markers

Golf ball markers are one of the most important pieces of equipment that you can have in golf. Over the past few decades, the ball marker has evolved from a simple piece of metal to a sleek, technological machine that is easy to customize, incredibly durable, and makes ball identification easier than ever!

A golf ball marker is composed of several parts: the shaft, the marker tip, and the medallion. The shaft is the part of the marker that extends out from the medallion. The marker tip is usually attached to the shaft with a small screw. The medallion is where the identifying information is shown.