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This high-quality PGA Tour Golf Organiser provides you with a real leather wallet to keep all your golfing scores and has the essentials you need on the course such as a divot tool, ball markers, golf tees, and the all-important pencil. These essential items can be secured safely within the organiser to prevent damage and loss.
The divot tool provided will allow you to keep the fairway as you found it by repairing those ball marks that appear on the green.
There are also two magnetic PGA Tour-branded ball markers included with this set, which will allow you to keep track of your ball's position while you move it from the green.
The magnetic scorecard holder securely keeps your scorecard in place, so even on a windy day it will not be blown away.
A scorecard is included with the organiser to get your started and on your way.
This PGA Tour Leather Golf Organiser comes with four 7 cm wooden coloured golf tees. These tees can be used with all types of club.
Also included is a handy pencil for you to keep track of your score.
The bag clip is a handy way to store your leather golf organiser without fear of losing it during play.
Attach it to your bag, or fit it into your back pocket; this leather organiser holds all the vital equipment you'll need to keep you at the top of your game.
Bought this as a present for my nephew who was more than pleased with it.Published 2 days ago by oldpsycho
Its neat and a good size but it would have been better with a full zip to keep the rain out.Published 1 month ago by Terry Gillan
It's nice quality and has a nice appearance, but, it just seems to lack something... no box or case is included eitherPublished 2 months ago by Daniel Prescott
Very impressed with this just slightly to narrow for some golf cardsPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
After selecting the scorecard holder I read a review saying it was alright and the only thing wrong with it was it didn't hold his scorecard. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Michael Ogden