A few weeks ago, I received an email from Cabell at Tin-Cup.com telling me about this great new golf ball imprinting system that he and his partner had developed. Now I’ll be the first to admit that 99% of the “golf gadgets” on the market are complete junk, but after taking a look at their website I was instantly a fan.
The Tin Cup lets you personalize your golf ball with a bunch of different stock symbols, characters and icons OR you can customize your Tin Cup with your name or just about any other logo that will fit. Dogs, sharks, martini glasses, crosses, or anything else you can think of can be on your Tin Cup. I love how simple of an idea it is and the fact that everyone should always put an identifying mark on their ball, makes it a no brainer. Just fit the cup over your ball, fill in the stencil with a sharpie, and you’ve got a perfect mark on your ball every time.
The cups are 100% stainless steel, so they won’t rust out or fall apart. They come with a great carrying pouch so you can throw it in your golf bag have it handy whenever you need it.
The guys at Tin Cup were very nice and sent out a customized TourGolfBlog cup. Unfortunately, our name is too large to make into the actual cut-out, but they stamped it into the mold and it came out perfect. Check it out.
For under $20 bucks you can get any of their stock character Tin Cups, or you can customize it for around $40 bucks. This is such a cool item if you have a company logo you want imprint on your ball and it’s an even better gift.
For more info, visit www.Tin-Cup.com and if you have an idea for your Tin Cup stamp, be sure to get in touch with them on their contact form or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org just to make sure your idea will work.
Leave a comment below and let the guys at Tin Cup know what you think.