If you ask me, shopping for golf gifts for others is one of the most difficult tasks one can engage in. Primarily because every golfer’s tastes are completely different and there are so many options to choose from that you’ll spend hours trying to pick something out, only to change your mind the next day.
Well, I guess I should clarify the types of golf gifts I’m talking about. If it’s for a special someone and they tell you precisely what golf club or golf clubs they want (well everyone should own the TaylorMade Burner Irons), it’s pretty easy but it’ll usually cost you a pretty penny. But when shopping for golf gifts for an acquaintance, friend or associate where you want to get something they’ll use and appreciate, it can be next to impossible.
The company name is pretty self explanatory but they produce personalized golf ball markers that make awesome golf gifts. The process is simple.
- Go to the website.
- Upload Photos
- Select the Holder (hat clip, divot tool, magnets)
- Submit your order and you’re done.
I submitted an order and it took nine days to arrive, so they delivered earlier than expected, which is never a bad thing! The hardest part of the whole process was deciding which pictures to use in the ball markers.
For my order from photoballmarker.com, I went with the hat clip and for the images, I chose two with pictures of my new logo and one of OGB Jr 1 and OGB Jr 2.
The ball markers themselves are 1″ in diameter and contain a high resolution photo protected by a hard epoxy covering with a UV protected finish.
The best part of it all, they’re CHEAP! A set of three ball markers and a holder will only cost you $24.95 + $4.95 shipping and handling and they offer a money back guarantee if you’re not satisfied with the product!
Not bad at all for golf gifts! Ball Markers are something that EVERY golfer uses and now there’s a way to personalize it.
I haven’t been able to test what sort of impact carrying around these lucky charms has on my golf game, but I can only imagine it’ll be pretty significant! 🙂
What’s your opinion on personalized ball markers as golf gifts?