Written By: Chris Conley
Every once in a while we come across a product(s) that deserves special mention, while it is hard to write a full review on PhotoBallMarker.com it most certainly needs a blurb on our site, especially now with Father’s Day only a few weeks away.
PhotoBallMarker.com is a site that well, offers Ball Markers with custom photos on it, as if you couldn’t guess that from the web address. You can get a ball marker in a 3 piece set, 5 piece set, on a necklace or even on a divot tool or any combination of those, I went with the 5 piece ball market set with a pocket/belt magnetic clip and one large pocket ball marker (see picture above), all the pictures on mine are of my daughter on the golf course; can you tell I am proud to call that beautiful little girl my daughter? All joking aside I never thought much of the importance of a Ball Marker, I threw something down for the 30 seconds it took to pick up my ball clean it off and line up the putt, however since receiving these, if you put a picture that means something to you there is a weird sense of calm that passes over you as you line up your putt after seeing that picture. Now I am thinking of happy times I spend on the course with my little girl rather than 10 swing thoughts about my putting stroke.
The process is easy, go to the site pick out the package or items you want and use their simple uploader tool to upload the photos one at a time, after you upload a photo you crop it to make sure you get the best fit for your photo. I picked 5 photos taken from my phone, not a professional camera, and they look crystal clear on the markers, including the large marker which is about 3 times as big as the standard marker. They even offer packages and deals for anyone hosting a golf tournament that wants to put a picture or a logo on a large number of ball markers.
Father’s Day is coming up and being a dad, I can tell you if I open this on Father’s Day it would be more than just a ball marker it would be a thoughtful and meaningful gift, so give that gift to any golfer lover in your family.
The picture above doesn’t accurately show you the true quality of the pictures because I couldn’t get a good picture with or with out the flash but the quality is great.
Check out there website HERE
More About the Author - Chris Conley
Chris is the founder of Average Guy Golf, he plays at an 11 handicap and has recently changed from TaylorMade to an all Ping line up, besides his Xenon putter. Chris who is 34 started, playing golf when he was 15 and one Mr. Eldric Tiger Woods hit the scene and made golf popular. He has a daughter who is 4 and loves going to the golf course, and practicing with her new Pink golf clubs that Santa brought her. Chris's goal with the site is to make your next round more enjoyable regardless of your score.