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Re: What's Your Ball Marker?

I have a divot repair tool that is Clemson and i use the piece that is on it.
post #128 of 166

Re: What's Your Ball Marker?

I use the markers that clip on my golf visor, too. Very handy. Have one from the Masters, one from Harbour Town, one Golf Channel, one NC State. Also carry a MondoMark by Pac-Golf which is the size of a silver dollar (approx) and you can see it from across the green when you're trying to read longer putts. Pretty handy.
post #129 of 166

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Dimes ... I've lost every ball marker I've every owned. Dimes are small enough they don't bother me in my pocket.
post #130 of 166
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post

For the past, oh, decade or so I've used two coins: a mexican something-or-other and a 10 franc piece from France.

What do you mark your ball with? (Please, nobody say "a tee" and be serious!)

 

In the past I've used Canadian two dollar coins, but recently went to a hat clip with a red maple leaf....

 

 

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post #131 of 166
My wife gave me a very nice 1947 half dollar for my birthday and I use it as my ball marker.
Why 1947, that's the year I was born.
post #132 of 166

A dime.

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This year I'm using a marker that I got on vacation at Poipu Bay in Hawaii, but the one I'v used previously is an Army Rangers challenge coin - both are a couple inches in diameter, which I like because it makes it easy to see my coin when looking at the line from the other side of the hole.

 

post #134 of 166

I finally got a marker made from CNC Effects with the sand trap logo and my name on it. Real nice, cost was okay, shipping a bit high for just a small coin to be shipped.

Never had anything just for this other then what ever coin was in my pocket.

post #135 of 166

I use a real Las Vegas poker chip. Found it on the ground in the hallway next to my hotel room. It's worth $20. The only problem is that it's thick and large, so I have to move it all the time when I'm near someone's line.

post #136 of 166

I really like this thread!c3_clap.gif

 

 

I'm using a hat clip marker that I got at the Masters tournament this year. It's white, green, yellow, and gold that has 2013 Masters on it.

I also have others in my bag.

Two orange Auburn Tigers markers with the blue AU on them.

Two white and black Titleist makers that came with hats that I've bought.

A gold plated Susan B. Anthony $1 coin that I keep polished.

post #137 of 166

I use a coin my father received during operation enduring freedom.  It's large but it's got sentimental value.
 

post #138 of 166

I finally have a bunch in my bag that I use consistently.

 

-Nice bright, funny shaped, TST logoed ball markers for longer putts (so its not bothering anybody, and so I can see it when I'm lining up the putt

 

-A handful of 2 (or 5, I forget) rupee coins my wife had laying around the house from her last trip to India for marking closer to the hole.  (Not much else to do with them) ;)

post #139 of 166

Since visiting Barbados last February, the Barbados Dollar is my new marker.

 

 

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I usually use whatever spare change is in my car's cupholder when I get to a course, but this summer I've been using the little magnetic ball marker that came on my most recent glove. 

 

I think I want to find a two-headed coin, then scratch up one side really bad a la Two Face from Batman. Given my putting, it seems apropos.

post #141 of 166

$500 chip from the Bellagio f1_cool.gif

 

No but really, just an old roulette chip.  I play at a course in Houston that sells "poker chips" with their name inscribed.  I have a few of those.

post #142 of 166

I am surprised by the number of golfers here that use foreign currency as a ball marker. Can't say I've ever run into that on the course.

post #143 of 166
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I am surprised by the number of golfers here that use foreign currency as a ball marker. Can't say I've ever run into that on the course.

Several players in my golf league, me included, use foreign coins.  I have traveled all over the world and one of the things I get in every country is a coin.  My favorite coins are from Mexico, Dominican Republic, Canada and Europe. 

post #144 of 166
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I really like this thread!c3_clap.gif

 

 

I'm using a hat clip marker that I got at the Masters tournament this year. It's white, green, yellow, and gold that has 2013 Masters on it.

I also have others in my bag.

Two orange Auburn Tigers markers with the blue AU on them.

Two white and black Titleist makers that came with hats that I've bought.

A gold plated Susan B. Anthony $1 coin that I keep polished.

 

Half of this made me throw up a little.

I just use a Nike magnetic marker that clips on my hat. Nothing fancy.

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