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Review GRAPHICS & MORE Beer It’s a Vacation in a Can Funny Humor Golf Hat Clip with Magnetic Ball Marker

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Review GRAPHICS & MORE Beer It’s a Vacation in a Can Funny Humor Golf Hat Clip with Magnetic Ball Marker

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  • MAKE A STATEMENT: Embrace understated with our subtle but stylish combination hat clip with magnetic 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. The marker is easily removed from the magnetic clip base. Pocket sized for easy carrying. Approximately 1.5� (3.8cm) in diameter.
  • FOR THE FAN WHO HAS EVERYTHING: Our sleek and durable ball magnetic clip 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.
  • Retro Spoof. License from bCreative.

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review GRAPHICS & MORE Beer It's a Vacation in a Can Funny Humor Golf Hat Clip with Magnetic Ball Marker

review GRAPHICS & MORE Beer It's a Vacation in a Can Funny Humor Golf Hat Clip with Magnetic 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

As a golfer, you want to look your best. When you play other golfers, you want to stand out. A great way to distinguish yourself on the golf course is by using a unique golf ball marker. But how can you find the right one?

Here are the top considerations to make when choosing your golf ball marker:

Color – When it comes to color, you should choose the one that is most visible to you. Red, orange, and yellow are some of your best options. Blue is also a good color; however, it’s harder to see. Green is definitely a bad color to choose.

Shape – The shape of your golf ball marker matters as well. Spherical markers are your best bet because they don’t roll away. Flat markers are a good option if you don’t want your marker to roll away. Another option is a Driver design marker.

Material – The best golf ball markers are made from metal. Plastic markers can crack or chip easily. Metal markers, on the other hand, are durable. But keep in mind that metal markers can get hot in the sun and can burn your palm.

Price – Last, but not least, you should consider how much it will cost you. Golf ball markers range in price from around $5

How to use Golf Ball Markers

There are several different ways to use a golf ball marker. One of the most common ways to use them is to mark your ball on the green. However, did you know that you can use a golf ball marker in a number of other ways as well?

Golf ball markers can also be used to mark your ball on the green. Generally, most players will place the marker on top of their ball, and then tap it on top of the green. However, if you’re playing with a putter, you can place the marker on your ball and then place your putter down on top of it. This will ensure that the marker is OK to use and won’t move.