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What if I use them on my clubs?

I have the skulls on my driver, 3 wood and hybrid ( as lineup markers ), as well as my wedges.

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I like the ducks.  My wife was named after a kind of duck, reminds me of her!

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I like the Tiger Paw since I am a Towson University Tiger graduate

Tiger Claw Golfdotz Style

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I dig the horseshoe design. I have one tattooed on my right arm.

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I'd use the skullmainia skulls. Remind me of the helmet stickers from football in high school for a big play!
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I like the dollar signs....reminds me that you "drive for show and putt for dough."

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Initially I thought I'd put a pair of these on my ball:

Golfdotz - Paws

That way as soon as I see them I'm reminded of what to do during my backswing (pause).

Realistically though if I coul d get them in the UK I'd use these to remind me of my balance:

Golfdotz - Ying Yang

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I guess I don't quite get it.  It's a cute idea, but seems a bit pricey to me.  My Sharpie with my Tin Cup gets me where I want to be for just a single cost outlay for the Tin Cup stencil.  I put a blue shark on each ball.  It takes less than 5 minutes to do a dozen balls.  And I don't have to keep resupplying.  A Sharpie lasts a long time (the blue one I'm currently using has been in my bag for more than 3 years), and the Tin Cup never wears out.  My home course pro shop carries them, but you can go to Tin-cup.com to see what they offer.

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