Happy Wednesday, my friends! Are you a golfer? Or do you know someone who is? If so, I’ll let you in on a little secret! Come see how to quickly and easily mark your golf balls. And it’s super cute, too! #golfdotz
I started learning to play golf about a year ago. So far, I’ve taken one lesson and played about a dozen times or so. Playing golf, for me, is a work in progress. (But I hear that from seasoned golfers, too!) The only good thing about not hitting the ball very far is being able to keep up with your ball. However, I have a hard time remembering which ball is mine since most golf balls are round and white. It’s important to keep track of what brand of ball you are playing with in case you hit near someone else and need to know who’s ball is who’s. This is where Golf Dotz come in handy!
Since I have a hodge-podge of balls in my bag, I often forget which ball is mine. A sweet friend of mine recently shared with me her favorite new way to mark her golf balls. (Thanks, Helen!) It’s a “golf tattoo” called Golf Dotz. They come in a wide range of styles~literally hundreds of options! You can choose from patriotic, animals, numbers, letters or even your favorite drink! And they are made in the USA, which I love! You simply place the design on the golf ball and hold it for about 6-10 seconds. Then the symbol is permanently on your ball!
This product is not a decal or sticker, but still very easy to apply. The other night my husband and I sat down with some wine and applied the dotz to our golf balls. For my signature ball mark design, I chose a pink flamingo. Pink is my favorite color and I have a pink flamingo head cover for my driver. (Well, technically, Helen’s driver, since she loaned me her old golf clubs and I still haven’t returned them. Sorry Helen, soon!) I pulled all of the assorted balls from my bag, cleaned them up a bit and added my signature design! Pretty cute. I adore the pink flamingos!
For my husband’s signature ball mark, I bought him the anchor, in honor of our lake house. I think they are pretty cute, too! To view the other designs go to: www.golfdotz.com
The Golf Dotz are about $5.99 per package of 24, which makes them about 25 cents each. The application is very easy, but big thumbs help, so when we did ours, I cut out the dotz , peeled off the backing and gave them to my husband to apply. The assembly line made quick work of it. (And wine made it more fun!) Now we can easily identify our balls, no matter what the brand. I’m thinking my cute pink flamingo golf balls will vastly improve my golf game. I’ll keep you posted on that one!
Meanwhile, I hope you have a wonderful day and thank you as always for stopping by my little blog! xoxo Dell