You Better Mark that!!

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By NHryn

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  1. NHryn

    NHryn
    Grampian, PA

    As most of you already know, putting is arguably the most vital part of a golf game. However, most people overlook the impact of their said "mark" that they use. It can provide a brief moment of confidence when lining up the putt I myself use an old mark my dad gave to me when I was younger

    So I wanna know, what do you use to mark your ball and why? Please share your stories and provide pictures below \/

  2. Rick D

    Rick D
    Weston, WI

    I used to use a 5 Peso coin, as not many others used something that looked like it. The last couple years I use a coin with an American flag on both faces. I tell opponents on the first tee I'm using my MAGA coin. If they're liberal and it triggers them? Good. Before you get all bent over my little attempt at a head game, a lot of guys do much worse. Seve was famous for jingling coins in his pocket, clearing his throat, etc..

    I don't like the big poker chips so many guys use. They're huge, hideous and even if you have them move it a little, you hit one of those things and it's going to kick way off line.
  3. I have so many that I usually grab what catches my eye that day. But I bought these a few years ago and the saw blade is by far my favorite and most used mark.
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  4. No'l

    No'l
    Palmdale, CA

    Titleist gave away a few in some outings- some are about a quarter size and others were a dollar size. I use the big one when I'm out of everyone's way, but I use a dime or something small for when I'm up closer to the hole.
  5. Frank P

    Frank P
    Port St. Lucie, FL

    My trusty TT/ Titleist ball marker. What else!
  6. Mike M

    Mike M
    Salem MA

    Anything round, flat and accessible.
  7. Dave N

    Dave N
    Lady Lake, FL

    T T ball marker, get a lot of comments on it.
  8. Allen L

    Allen L
    Clarington, OH

    I tend to lose ball markers, so its any pocket change.
  9. Lance P

    Lance P
    Hillsborough, NC

    Usually use a Canadian dime as it is magnetized and sticks to my divot repair tool.
  10. Shaunt Minassian

    Shaunt Minassian
    Shady Shores, TX

    I've had nice markers in the past, but I always lose them, now it's whatever cheap markers I find on Amazon.
  11. John B

    John B
    Kenmore, NY

    Kennedy half dollar from 1972 (the year I started playing when I was 10). I also have 3 quarters from 1990, 1992, and 1996 the years my 3 sons were born.
  12. steve e

    steve e
    stockton, CA

    I have a few but the two I use the most are a San Francisco Giants and Oakland Raiders ..
  13. pulplvr

    pulplvr
    Spring, TX

    Early in my golfing days, I would use a silver dollar. They were everywhere and the same size as the ball, making it easy to line up when waiting my turn on the green. Then I moved on to a small, foreign coin, like a Euro, a Loonie, or a Toonie. Most recently, I tend to use either a TT or FJ marker, a poker chip from one of the famous courses where we had a TT Invitational, or one of those course coins with the smaller, removable, magnetized center piece.
  14. Anthony C

    Anthony C
    Tinton Falls NJ

    I've been using SC tour rat marker in blue.
  15. Golfnut4

    Golfnut4
    Lake Zurich, IL

    I use a Titleist ball marker
  16. Doug E

    Doug E
    Urbana, MD

    What else would you expect?
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  17. Just turned a new one on the Lathe. Boring and basic but I made it.
  18. Manny A

    Manny A
    Staten Island, NY

    My go to... other times a Wounded Warrior Challenge coin
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  19. Just picked this up I'll be using it from now on lol May not help my game tho ha ha
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  20. Christian G

    Christian G
    Oceanside, CA

    These....but I always carry a plastic "flattie" marker in case I'm close to someone else's line. No need to have my man hole cover marker distracting anyone.
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  21. JSmith

    JSmith
    Charlotte, NC

    I have this ball mark to remind me of my trip to Cypress...


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