If you want a cool golfing gadget either for yourself or to give as a gift, it doesn’t get better than a switchblade divot tool. It has two metal prongs that swivel out of its casing, like a switchblade. The prongs are used to repair the damage to the turf on the golf course, usually caused by golfers contacting the grass with their clubs or by golf balls landing on the putting green. The prongs of the switchblade divot tool are inserted into the turf at the outside edges of the mark. The edges are then carefully pushed back towards the center to close the gap. This technique is used so that the mark is repaired with no further damage caused to the grass roots. Golfers should carry divot tools with them on the golf course so they can fix any damage they see, helping to keep the course in good condition for everyone.
If you are looking for a fast and efficient way to make divot repairs, you found the right place! For professional greenkeepers, divot repair is an ongoing job. Players may also make many repairs during their round. Fixing divots means bending down to reach the grass, and that can be a strain on the muscles and joints. The Greenkeeper Pro divot tool has changed the way divots are repaired, thanks to the long handle. No more bending or kneeling, divots can now be repaired while standing! Interchangeable heads can be swapped to make effective repairs in any soil type or condition, and the durable steel pins are made to last! Try a Greenkeeper Pro today!