Review: Tin Cup Ball Marker
On the course it looks great and works really well, the marking stands out very nicely during play. Since it just a sharpie on the ball, it does wear some during play. If you hit directly on the stencil with a wedge you will see some shredding of the stencil. If it hits a cart path or something like that, you will also see your stencil lose some luster. But after 18 holes, (if you make it that long with one ball) your stencil will still be visible and legible on your ball. It won’t look brand new, but decent. You can re-stencil if you can line it up properly. It isn’t too hard to do, just takes a little patience and a steady hand.
Tin Cup offers many different stencils. They have fun ones, military symbols and many college logos all stock. They start at $19.99. If you want to go full custom it ranges from $75- $125 depending on how detailed your logo is. Tin Cups are a really nice stylish way to mark your ball.
For more information: www.tin-cup.com
+Unique ball mark
+Quick and easy
+Choice of Sharpie color