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Did a bit more research and found these studies on ball mark tools and how different types compared to each other:

http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/pub/ats/research/2008/recovery/

http://www.plantmanagementnetwork.org/pub/ats/research/2007/repair/

http://www.agry.purdue.edu/turf/tips/2008/05_19ballmark.html

http://www2.gcsaa.org/GCM/2008/sept/pdfs/effectsballmark.pdf

Hope they help


This is the GreenFix tool

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That's a rubber coating on the outside. You can slide it off and just get the metal beneath. I'm doing some quick research now and think we'll probably just do a group buy and then I can mail o

The one I have is sweeeeeeeeet! I found it last time out. Must have fallen out of the pocket of someone in the group in front of me, or perhaps one of my playing partners. ;) Kidding ... I just use

i've come across this thread a few times, and i can never find the tools they endorse. no online box stores carry anything similar to those tools. the questions was posed a few time

I use the pitchfix divot tool. Has a switchblade type tool and ball marker. Love it.

Gotta second this---My club started carrying them this year and I really like what they do and the ease of use. Also, no pointy objects near my pointy object :-D

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