Linksoul Hand Forged Ball Marker

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If you’re a serious golf aficionado, it’s time to get equally serious about the way you mark your balls when they’re lifted off the green. Don’t be one of those people who fishes out a dirty coin from their pocket and throws it down on the ground. What are you, a commoner? No, of course you’re not. You’re a golf pro and it’s high time you started acting like one. Or, worse yet, you just hold everyone to the “honor system” like that means anything. Remember — you’re golfing with Ralph from Accounting. Never trust Ralph from Accounting.

Enter the Linksoul Hand Forged Ball Marker — the perfect way to keep track of your balls and to guarantee that they look as cool as possible while you do it. This is the brainchild of a collaborative effort between Linksoul and the wizards at Seamus Golf. Handmade in Portland, Oregon by a seasoned local blacksmith (who, legend has it, also cast a spell over each of his products that will hex anyone who tries to mess with your position*), this ball marker measures just 1.5 inches in diameter and comes completed with a beautifully debossed Linksoul graphic. If you’re the kind of person who lives by the mantra of “Make Par, Not War,” guess what – now each and every one of your golf balls can, too.

*That part is absolutely, 100% a lie.

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