How to use a Golf Divot Tool

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Lots of golf players know what a divot tool does, but how to use a golf divot tool is a different thing. Often, damage occurs to the grass on the golf course, and this is caused when golf clubs brush the grass or when golf balls land on the putting greens.

A divot tool is something that al golfers should have in their kit, so they can repair any damage they see as they play. Traditional styles of golf divot tool have two prongs, and they are inserted into the outside edges of the mark. The sides are then carefully pushed back together until the gap is closed. This technique ensures that no damage is cause to the roots, so it repairs healthily. The problem with this is that not all golfers use the right method, and this can cause more repair work.

Pitchfix have found the solution with a new design of golf divot tool, the Twister. It has three pins and no technique is needed to repair divots. The pins are poked in and out of the mark a few times, and the action lifts and stretches the grass to close the gap, without damaging the grass roots. With a twist, the pins retract for safety.

The Twister tool is a good gift idea for those who don’t know how to use a golf divot tool. It is easy to carry in a pocket or on a key ring, and is inexpensive compared to other golf gifts. It comes in a range of modern colours, and can be personalised with a message, funny joke or an icon. It can also have a brand or logo on it, so good to give to potential clients at golf days. This gets your business noticed! The Twister is changing how divots are repaired on the golf course, helping to keep it in good condition for all.