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post #1 of 20
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Do any of you carry a scorecard holder? If so do you recommend any suppliers that would possibly do some custom work? What's your thoughts...? Thought it be nice to have one for a scorecard and maybe some cash and my club yardages..
post #2 of 20

I use this one.  Quality leather and they will emboss your initials or logo.  They have 2 versions, a top fold or side fold.

 

TPK Golf

post #3 of 20
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I use this one.  Quality leather and they will emboss your initials or logo.  They have 2 versions, a top fold or side fold.

TPK Golf

Thanks man!
post #4 of 20

A lot of tour pros and caddies get them made at Tin Box. They aren't cheap but he's got some bad a$$ ones in the gallery. You name it he can do it.

 

http://www.tinboxpartners.com/

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A lot of tour pros and caddies get them made at Tin Box. They aren't cheap but he's got some bad a$$ ones in the gallery. You name it he can do it.

http://www.tinboxpartners.com/
Thanks pal
post #6 of 20

If you want a less expensive one, troll e-bay.  I got a couple for $10.  The one I use is a The Golfers Warehouse kind.  It has lasted 3 years without damage.

 

http://www.tgw.com/customer/search.jsp?search=scorecard+holder&x=-539&y=-147

post #7 of 20

This is the one I use...

 

http://www.amazon.com/EyeLine-Golf-Tour-Yardage-Cover/dp/B004S6ABJC/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1394985621&sr=8-2-fkmr0&keywords=eyeliner+yardage+book+holder

 

Nice because you can get multiple items in it (I put my AimCharts and my scorecard)

post #8 of 20

I just use the basic Callaway one.  For me the Fisher Space Pen is a must though.  I don't like pencils and this pen is small and can pretty much write in any temp or at any angle.  

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I just use the basic Callaway one.  For me the Fisher Space Pen is a must though.  I don't like pencils and this pen is small and can pretty much write in any temp or at any angle.  

 

"Writes in extreme temperatures from -30F to 250F"

 

I want to be able to write in temperatures were water boils!!!!

 

Honestly if you are playing golf in -30F weather, you are CRAZY!!! 

 

Oh, how long does one pen last for you? Those things are expensive!!! 

post #10 of 20
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"Writes in extreme temperatures from -30F to 250F"

I want to be able to write in temperatures were water boils!!!!

Honestly if you are playing golf in -30F weather, you are CRAZY!!! 

Oh, how long does one pen last for you? Those things are expensive!!! 

I have had mine for three years so far. I just like that it writes smoothly in any temp.
post #11 of 20

Don't you hate when scorecards don't fit in the holders?  There's always one course or two that have weird shaped ones.

post #12 of 20

I use the Golf Galaxy scorecard holder which is junk, but eeps my card from blowing out of my pocket. But as far as the weird size cards I keep a small pair of scissors in my bag so that if its too big I can cut them down, when possible.

post #13 of 20
@snapfade those Tinbox yardage books are amazing. I really would like one if one they were $100 or so. They remind me a lot these. I have seen Pat Perez with these. Same concept, very expensive but they are awesome.

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post #14 of 20

Where do you guys get the notebooks that fit into the holders?  I've looked around and they don't seem easy to find.

post #15 of 20
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Where do you guys get the notebooks that fit into the holders?  I've looked around and they don't seem easy to find.
I think some things are a standard size. I bought a yardage book cover at the PGA superstore (izzo brand for $8-ish) and my aim point chart fits perfectly. But I have a bunch of yardage books from different courses and they don't all fit. Plus a lot if them have side bindings which doesn't help either.
post #16 of 20
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I think some things are a standard size. I bought a yardage book cover at the PGA superstore (izzo brand for $8-ish) and my aim point chart fits perfectly. But I have a bunch of yardage books from different courses and they don't all fit. Plus a lot if them have side bindings which doesn't help either.

That's what I've found also, which is why I was asking if anyone had a source for them.  My house course has made significant changes to at least 4 holes since the last yardage book was published for it so I was thinking of making my own, but was having difficulty finding a notebook that was top flip that fit the size of the holder.

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That's what I've found also, which is why I was asking if anyone had a source for them.  My house course has made significant changes to at least 4 holes since the last yardage book was published for it so I was thinking of making my own, but was having difficulty finding a notebook that was top flip that fit the size of the holder.

Gotcha.

 

Well, there was a time when I thought it would be neat to have my own yardage books like the pros**, and I found this website:  http://www.yardage-marker.com/

 

Those things are only a few bucks apiece, and I'm pretty sure that they are that typical size that should fit into a standard yardage book holder.

 

I think I still have a couple of them laying around at home.  If I can find one, I'll check it against my aimchart and against my yardage book holder. :beer:

 

** Because I don't really have a home course that I play more often than any others, it kind of became pointless to fill them out, so I stopped bothering.  Now for tournaments, I just buy the pretty one they sell in the pro shop and mark it up with some notes for myself.

post #18 of 20
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Gotcha.

 

Well, there was a time when I thought it would be neat to have my own yardage books like the pros**, and I found this website:  http://www.yardage-marker.com/

This is exactly what I was looking for, thank you! :beer:

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