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I use the marker attached to my Taylormade divot tool. The tool is magnetic, keeping the marker in place. One less thing to shuffle around in my pants.

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The mardi gras dabloons are also a cool idea. Really colorful anyway. Are those made of plastic or metal?

They are annodized aluminum. The ones they throw from the floats are usually a single color (silver, gold, red, blue, purple, green, etc...) There are also some fancier ones that are usually created for the people that are in the parade which can be very fancy.

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I know its not a coin.... but this is what I use..

Haha, i love using my guitar picks as ball markers when i find them in my pockets. They look awesome and stand out from the green, i usually use the yellow fender ones in your pic.

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I noticed during a round with my Dad one day that he was marking his ball with a Susan B Anthony gold dollar coin. I made mention that I thought it was "neat" that he had thought of doing that. After the round...he gave me the gold dollar.

That was quite a story. Thanks for sharing.

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They have the President Obama commerative coins. That would make you popular.

Oh, noooo... My family voted for Obama. But, we live in Texas. I've been ridiculed out of a restaurant for wearing an Obama shirt. Doing anything "Obama" is a deathwish around here. Been seeing some really cool ideas on here. I really like the Canadian coins, too.

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Took my grandson to the Buick Open a few years ago. Ran into someone I knew that was in management of Buick. They gave each of us what looks like a pocket knife. It has a knife blade, a small brush, a divot tool, a tool for spikes and on the outside a magnet Buick ball marker. It came with a case that fits on your belt. I carry it in my bag and wear the tool on the course and use the marker.

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I use a Kenyan 10-shilling coin that I picked up on our honeymoon:



But I usually forget to grab it, so I end up using whatever I come across first in my cluttered bag pocket.

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I use a 500yen coin. Its a little bigger than a quarter, but worth over $5



50yen are cool too



Sometimes I use a $25 chip from The Commerce Casino.

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Been seeing some really cool ideas on here. I really like the Canadian coins, too.

I'll trade you some Canadian dollars for US dollars....straight up

. Maybe a few thousand?

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