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TST GIVEAWAY: Throw away your marker pen & show us your DOTZ!

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I think this is a cool idea, but their current offerings are kinda lame.  I wonder if they are seeking licensing for pro and college symbols and other type logos?

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I have to say...

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I'm going to be a DAD in November and I'm pretty happy about that. I would love to rock these on my ProV's!

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I first want to thank you for the great idea.  I would choose the flames since, I am a Fireman/EMT.  I recently started playing golf with some guys from the Fire Department, and these flames would set by balls apart... LOL

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In memory of our triplet daughters that we lost a year ago and because I am Irish I would love the pink shamrocks to match my pink grips.

Real men wear pink.

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Ahhhh... so many cool choices.... I like the dog dotz, but my cats would get jealous, but if I use the cat dotz, the dog would sulk as practice putts go rolling by on the living room carpet whilst watching the Golf Channel on TV.

So my choice is... the Yin and Yang fits my golf mentality to a tee..!!

Ying & Yang Golfdotz Style

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I put thick black lines above and below the logo on my ball (always play straight logo balls - Top Flite, TaylorMade, etc) and I can identify my ball from 20 paces. I've had a couple Pentas returned to me because the guys who found them know how I mark my ball. When I hit a provisional, I draw a little circle around the number in case I hit it the same place. Basically I'd guess good pen is cheaper, lasts longer, and is generally preffered by men.

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