If you’ve played enough rounds, you’ve been here before. Your foursome tees off on a dogleg right. While you can't pinpoint exactly where you ended up, you do know that you’re in pretty much the same general spot as another guy in the group. After rounding the bend and catching site of the two adjacent golf balls in question, it quickly becomes apparent that you guys are in a bit of a pickle.
Player A: “Hey, what were you hitting?”
Player B: “Callaway Diablo”
Player A: “Me too. You happen to remember the number on it?”
Player B: “Nope, guess we’re S.O.L. Flip for it?”
Now, this Ball Identity Dysphoria episode could have been avoided if only you had used Tin-Cup’s USGA 12-2 compliance tool, a snazzy stainless steel stencil specially designed for golf ball marking. Individualize your spheres with over 90 designs, featuring everything from college logos to a beer stein, or a jolly roger. Sure you can mark your ball freehand by squiggling a few lines with a sharpie and be certain yours is the one on the fairway and your buddy is in the first cut of rough, but Tin Cup keeps your ball marking classy.