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Last year during a tournament, the scorecard of the guy in my group whose scorecard I was responsible for, flew out of the cart (I wasn't driving so I couldn't use the holder on the steering wheel) and into a puddle, ruining the card.  That was on the third hole and I was pissed at myself for the rest of the round.  This year, for tournaments, I'm going with a scorecard holder and I'm curious to know what, if anything, other than the scorecard and pencil do you keep in the holder?  Course info?  Swing thoughts?  Motivational crap?  Something else?

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I’ve been thinking about getting a scorecard holder. My pants tend to get pretty sweaty, and the card likes to fly out of my back pocket, so I’ve resorted to putting the card in my bag a few times (like an animal). Not sure what I’d put in it besides a card and a pencil though. 

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I've got a couple of inexpensive faux-leather ones. I usually put the card on my push cart, but will use the holder if it is raining or windy.

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I am also thinking about getting a scorecard holder. I have been doing some research online and would like to hear what others are using. 

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I bought one on Amazon last year. As far as I can tell, they all seem about the same with regards to functionality.

Since I started using the holder, I also started noticing that every golf course seems to vary the size, orientation, and layout of their scorecards, which requires some creative folds/tears to get the card to sit in the holder with the relevant information easy to access.

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One of those 8" X 5" inch clipboards works well. I've seen them for $0.99 at the local dollar store. 

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21 hours ago, Patch said:

One of those 8" X 5" inch clipboards works well. I've seen them for $0.99 at the local dollar store. 

haha.  How does that feel in your back pocket, Patch?  

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8 hours ago, 3puttssuck said:

haha.  How does that feel in your back pocket, Patch?  

It hangs on my trolley/bag, or rides on seat of the cart for the passenger. What ever else it does, It doesnt allow the score card to blow away.

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I ordered one off ebay a couple days ago. I will let everyone know what i think about it after i have used it a couple of times. 

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Ive never used a holder, but ive always thought about getting one. For tournaments where caddies aren't required, i usually kept my scorecards in the valuables pocket on the bag im using. I filled it out on the next tee while im waiting for everyone else to hit. The new titleist stand bag i use now has a range finder pocket in a convenient location and i put them in there now.  Otherwise, ive had my caddie keep it in his bib. Ive never had a problem with the scorecard holder on most golf carts if im using that. 

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