To play golf, there are some specialist pieced of equipment needed, not just when playing, but to keep the golf course in good condition. To play the game, you need to have clubs, tees, golf balls and markers. A golf trolley is also very useful to carry all of the equipment around the course. Other equipment that is used for playing golf are shoes and clothes that are designed for the sport, GPS watches and other golf tools that help with training. There are also golf tools required for the maintenance of the course, in particular the putting green which can be susceptible to damage. The damage often occurs when a golf ball or club contacts the turf, leaving marks or divots that need to be fixed. If not fixed correctly, it can lead to deterioration in the grass that often takes months to properly repair.

There are many great golf tools available, but one tool that every golfer should carry around the course is a divot tool. It is similar to a fork, with two prongs that are used to repair the divot. The prongs are inserted into the turf around the outer edges of the mark, then the sides are carefully pushed back towards the center to close the gap. This technique is recommended so the grass roots are not damaged. There are many stores that sell a variety of golf tools, and divot tools are inexpensive. They are a compact tool that fits on a key ring or in a pocket, so they are every easy to carry around the course. Golf is a sport that attracts many types of people and business, and the golf divot tool is ideal for displaying a brand or logo, or promoting a company’s image. This makes it a good option for building brand awareness at golfing events. Not only are golf divot tools great for fixing the turf, they are great marketing tools too!

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    Is your brand sporty or serious? Hi-tech or no-tech? Depending on your positioning, one of Pitchfix’s models can help to say the right thing.
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    When you give a Pitchfix to your client, you’re not giving just another golf tool. You’re packaging your brand.

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