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Review GRAPHICS & MORE Save The Curvy Mermaids Manatee Funny Humor Golfing Premium Metal Golf Ball Marker

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Review GRAPHICS & MORE Save The Curvy Mermaids Manatee Funny Humor 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.
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review GRAPHICS & MORE Save The Curvy Mermaids Manatee Funny Humor Golfing Premium Metal Golf Ball Marker

review GRAPHICS & MORE Save The Curvy Mermaids Manatee Funny Humor Golfing Premium Metal Golf Ball Marker

Buyer Guide Golf Ball Markers

When it comes to choosing golf ball markers, you are spoiled for choice. I honestly don’t think there is a ball marker out there which hasn’t received rave reviews.

  • Size and color: Yes, size matters. This is especially true for shorter markers, which tend to disappear from view or get lost in your golf bag. Equally, you should consider the color. If you’re like me, you’ll find yourself frequently switching ball markers between clubs, so having a color which doesn’t clash with your clubs is important.
  • Durability: If you’re like me, you’ll go through several ball markers a year. To maximize your investment, look for durable, well-engineered ball markers.
  • Customizability: If you’re like me, you’ll often be replacing ball markers between clubs. So, considering customizability can be a great feature.
  • Cost. This is simply unavoidable: But, you shouldn’t be quick to shun the cheapest ball marker out there. Instead, make sure you remember to look at the features and specifications.
  • Bonus features: Golf ball markers which come with stands and stands which fold away are attractive.

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 an excellent way to identify your ball on the course. They are typically either made of metal or plastic and come in a wide variety of styles and colors.

You can use a golf marker to mark your ball anywhere on the course, including your ball on the fairway, fairway bunkers, rough and even greenside hazards. When a golfer hits their ball into a hazard (e.g., a bush, sand trap, water hazard, etc.), they are permitted to replace the ball with a new one.

By marking the ball with the golf marker, they will be aware of exactly where the ball is and can easily find it again. The golfer can mark their ball by scratching it into the ground near the ball, or by using the golf marker to engrave the ball.