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Fun Marking My (Golf) Balls With Tin Cup

Written by: Tony Korologos | Date: Tuesday, April 23rd, 2013
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I receive so many golf widgets, gadgets and accessories that I can’t even make a trip to the bathroom without tripping over 12 or 13 of them.  Most are junk and I feel bad for the poor guy who dumped his live savings into R&D and some Chinese manufacturer to release a product nobody will use.  Golf gadgets have to do something meaningful, useful or fun, without being an inconvenience or difficult to use.

Tin Cup

One sure way to get me to review a product is to slap a University of Utah Utes logo on it.  Or better yet, send me a product which lets me put a U logo on my golf gear!  Bingo.

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Utes logo on my balls by Tin Cup! Click to purchase…

Tin Cup makes these metal stencils which fit over golf balls with all sorts of cool graphics from animals to skulls to logos of your favorite sports teams.

In the photo above my lovely lass is marked up a white spheriod with a Utah Utes logo, in red of course.  Love it.

Caution

I learned that on a design which uses this much ink, letting the stencil dry for a while is required.  Lift the stencil carefully too so as not to smear the ink.

Related Links

Check out my original Tin Cup review, posted back on September 24, 2009.

Tin Cup website 

One response to “Fun Marking My (Golf) Balls With Tin Cup”

  1. Richie's World of Golf says:

    It is nice to see a ball marker which actually works. I have tried a couple and they all seem to be a bust. The letters never print correctly or the ink rubs off. I just use a colored sharpie to mark my ball now.

    Richie

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