Thanks to my pals at Pin High for hooking me up with some cool golf club labels. How many clubs have been lost which may have been returned if only the person’s name was on it? Yes there are jerks who would keep the club or put it on ebay, but there are honorable people who do turn clubs in to the pro shop when they find them or attempt to find the owner.
idlabels in action!
These aren’t wimpy labels. These labels actually have six different layers in their construction. The layers have specific traits which improve the durability, reflectiveness and adhesiveness. Without the durability and adhesiveness the labels may wear out or fall off, resulting in lost clubs possibly not coming back home to your bag.
Pin High’s labels come in three colors, so matching them with shaft colors is easy. The chrome and gold backgrounds have black text, and the black background has gold text.
Pin High's labels are available in three colors to match club shafts
Pin High’s labels can be customized and created right on the Pin High web site. Each label can accommodate up to four text lines with a maximum of 20 characters per line.
Tracking down a lost golf club can be a real pain, especially if you are like me and golf a lot. A club in the bag which doesn’t get used very often may have been lost several rounds ago and contacting all the courses is a hassle.
The cost for Pin High’s labels, $9.95 for 20, is a minor insurance policy which could pay huge dividends if you forget a club somewhere.
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