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Custom Golf Divot Tools and Removable Golf Ball Markers
Custom Made Golf Events offers a full line of customized golf accessories including golf divot tools with your logo printed on each tool / removable golf ball marker. Choose from our budget friendly plastic divot tools to our divot tools with removable domed golf ball markers and our luxury Pitchfix divot tools.
Each tool comes customized with your logo in one or full color for the perfect promotional golf swag for your golf tournament or event. We print all of our branded golf accessories in America. Set-up is free, production is fast. Create your custom divot tools today!
What are divot tools used for?
While we all would like to hit like Tiger or Phil, the truth is, many golfers make mistakes, including the best pros in the world. Divots are marks made in the grass on a golf course, usually made when a golfer hits or brushes the turf with their golf club. These divots should be fixed / repaired to keep the course in good condition.
Golfers are generally encouraged to carry a divot tool with them so they can fix any divots while playing. Our full line of customized divot tools are great giveaways for your tournament or event for each golfer to carry to keep the course pristine for a great day of 18!
How To Use A Divot Tool?
When playing golf, employing a divot tool is essential for maintaining the integrity of the course and ensuring an enjoyable experience for all players. A divot tool, also known as a pitchfork or repair tool, is a compact instrument designed to repair pitch marks or ball marks caused when a golf ball lands on the green. To properly use a divot tool, first locate the pitch mark and insert the prongs on either side of the indentation. Gently push the turf towards the center of the divot, taking care not to lift the damaged area or disrupt the roots. Once the divot is nearly leveled, use your putter or foot to gently tap down the repaired area to smoothen the surface. By skillfully employing a divot tool, golfers can preserve the course's condition and ensure a smoother roll for their fellow players' putts.