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Review GRAPHICS & MORE Ohio University Bobcats Logo Golf Divot Repair Tool and Ball Marker

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  • PREMIUM QUALITY: Introducing the tee-rrific multi-tool that�s up to par: behold the dual divot tool and magnetic ball marker. Designed for longevity and maximum performance, our combination divot repair tool andball marker was made to go all eighteen holes.
  • MULTIFUNCTIONAL: Our lightweight and multifunctional divot tool is pocket-sized for convenient carrying and fits comfortably in the palm of your hand. If you�re an avid golfer, then this product is your cup of tee! Get your par-tee on today!
  • QUALITY CONSTRUCTION: This combination divot repair tool is made of chrome-plated metal, features a handy-dandy inlaid magnetic ball marker, and comes with the resin-topped design shown. Measures approximately 3.0″ (76mm) x 1.3″ (33mm) x 0.5″ (13mm) in size.
  • OFFICIALLY LICENSED: Ohio University products sold by Graphics and More are guaranteed authentic, high quality and officially licensed. Proudly printed in the USA.

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review GRAPHICS & MORE Ohio University Bobcats Logo Golf Divot Repair Tool and Ball Marker

review GRAPHICS & MORE Ohio University Bobcats Logo Golf Divot Repair Tool and Ball Marker

Buyer Guide Golf Divot Tools

Let’s face it, getting a good grip on your golf club and striking the ball with the right amount of power is difficult. Your grip determines where the ball goes, and your power is determined by the strength of the grip you have on the club.

  • Well-Made Golf Divot Tools. The tools you use to punch out a divot should ideally be of good quality and made with durable materials. Also, they should be reasonably priced.
  • Size. A divot tool should ideally be the size of a coin and less than 2.5 cm thick.
  • Weight. Golf divot tools should be lightweight, easy to carry, and should weigh less than 1.5 ounces.
  • Brand. A good divot tool should preferably be made by a well-known brand name.
  • Material. A good quality divot tool should be made with stainless steel.
  • Safety. A good divot tool should have a protective cover that shields it from puncture.

How to choose Golf Divot Tools

Golf balls are designed to bounce and roll after they are hit by the club. This bounce causes them to dig into the ground, leaving a small indentation (a divot). These divots need to be cleaned out to maintain good playing conditions.

A divot tool is a small wooden or plastic tool with a sharp, pointed edge that is used to scoop up and remove small divots.

There are different types of divot tools that you can choose from:

  • Wooden divot tools – Wooden divot tools have either a shovel-shaped, spoon-shaped, or flat blade. A shovel-shaped divot tool is the most commonly used, and it’s recommended by most golf professionals.
  • Plastic divot tools – Plastic divot tools are cheaper than their wooden counterparts. Although they get the job done, they do not have the durability and feel of a wood tool.
  • Metal divot tools – Metal divot tools are more expensive, but they are also more durable and heavier than wooden or plastic tools.

How to use Golf Divot Tools

Golf divot tools are an important part of your golf bag. They allow you to repair damaged areas of your green by filling holes that you created as you walked across the grass.

Before you use your golf divot tool, you should first remove the flag stick from the hole. This is usually just pushing the stick up out of the hole.

Once your flag stick has been removed, you’ll want to use your golf divot tool to scoop up the grass that was in the affected area.

After scooping up the grass, you’ll want to remove the grass from the divot. To do this, lift the tool straight up and away from the ball.

Next, push the remaining dirt back into place. Use the metal ball end of the tool to push dirt into the hole you created.

When you have filled the hole, you can remove the golf divot tool from the hole.