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Why Do You Steal from Golf Courses?

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I have a confession to make:

I steal ball markers, tees, and divot tools from the golf courses I play.

And I’m guessing you have done this at least once, too.

I’m going to tell you my reason, and then I’d love to hear yours.

Of course, “steal” probably isn’t the right word, because I’m talking about the stuff golf courses and resorts offer on the pro shop counter or outside the starter’s shack.

Again, pencils, tees, ball makers, divot tools…the kind of stuff they WANT you to take.

I only take one or two…but I always take them IF they include the course’s name or logo.

No, I’m a collector.

Not of “stuff,” anyway.

But of happy golf trip memories; and these freebies are great at triggering them long after you return home.

Want to get a nice dose of happiness when you least expect it?

Just throw these things in your golf bag and forget about them.

The next time you’re fishing around for a ball marker or divot tool, you’ll randomly pull out one of these mementos…and smile.

You can do the same when you stay at “special” resorts or hotels.

For example, take home your little bottles of shampoo and mini soaps and you’ll be reminded of your stay when you’re in your own shower.

Or you could take your room’s keycard and use it as a bookmark (people still read physical books, right?).

Or sign up for the email newsletter; whether you read it or not, you’ll be reminded of your stay each time it arrives in you inbox.

If you fly, don’t take the baggage stickers off your luggage when you get home; instead leave them on. The next time you pull out those bags, you’ll be reminded of your last destination.

I know all this sounds corny, but these “happiness triggers” really do work in my experience.

Do you do anything like this to trigger fond memories of your golf trips long after they’re over?

Please share your thoughts or read what others are saying below.

72 Comments

  1. Akhtar

    May 6, 2014 at 3:59 pm

    Hi Craig,
    These are little things, yet very practical and can give us pleasure. These pieces of pleasant moments can really make us happy. Thank you for sharing..

  2. GolfingMook

    May 6, 2014 at 4:01 pm

    I play every summer in PEI, and always fill my pockets with the GolfPEI tees offered at the government run courses. They are plastic, a dozen will last you the year!!!!

    I also love them courses offer you keepsakes like divot tools that are marked with the logo of the course. Such a small token that means so much!!

    GolfingMook

  3. Barbara

    May 6, 2014 at 4:04 pm

    All of the above… ALL HAPPY MEMORIES!
    And I don’t even play golf. I’m referred to as the personal assistant. And I LOVE it.

  4. Dave Sanguinetti

    May 6, 2014 at 4:06 pm

    Ball markers and divot tools are advertising materials- obviously take them!!!!!

  5. Scott

    May 6, 2014 at 4:08 pm

    Keep the cards if your not sure whether or not you are suppose to keep pencils, ball markers, repair tools, etc. I believe however these are to be gifts for playing at the course. I wouldn’t worry about it.

  6. Larry Gavrich

    May 6, 2014 at 4:17 pm

    For me, there is nothing like grabbing an extra scorecard from the course I play. I say an “extra” clean card because sometimes the numbers on the filled-in scorecard do not provide the greatest memories.

  7. Pete Lewis

    May 6, 2014 at 4:20 pm

    Not stealing from courses but building on your ‘bringing back golf memories triggers a happiness response’ theme–for the last 21 years we have done a buddy trip. Moved it all around the country. Every year when you pay your bill I send you a commemorative t-shirt. Our group logo, the year and city on the front breast, a list of the courses we played on the back. Different color every year. Years later in the gym or washing he car we get to re-live the trips.

  8. Jon

    May 6, 2014 at 4:21 pm

    All the above. Also when playing in a foreign country, keep a coin or two in your bag for ball markers when you get back home!

  9. madmanny

    May 6, 2014 at 4:27 pm

    I’ve become much more selective. I like large, flat ball markers in colors other than white. Always put three in my pocket for luck,. (Maybe I should switch to 2 of 4 as I haven’t had much luck lately.) I also like the bent ball repair tools but the one I always use is copper and will never wear out. I empty out my bag at least once a year and get rid of all the extraneous stuff to give the caddies a break.

  10. Phil

    May 6, 2014 at 4:31 pm

    Especially from restuarants. Every time I see one in a draw from Bohannon’s Steak house (San Antonio) I can taste their fabulous Allen Brothers steaks!!! To die for.

  11. MISERLY

    May 6, 2014 at 4:32 pm

    Dude I take the stuff and sell it on the black market. I make a dollar here and there — some people are crazy about this stuff. They like to carry them around and tell there friends

  12. Paul

    May 6, 2014 at 4:44 pm

    I take everything lying loose at Sand Creek Station because I have never played there and not felt I had been treated badly. I even emailed them a litany of my complaints from just one visit years ago. Never got the courtesy of a reply. They claim a country club experience at public course prices. No way do they live up to that. I only play there now in “fun” tournament outings when they are on the event schedule. If they ever treat me well I will unload all the tees & crap I have with their logo on them on the counter at the end of the round. Can’t imagine I will live long enough to have the opportunity.

  13. Don

    May 6, 2014 at 4:45 pm

    My collection of 284 golf course pencils evokes many pleasant memories. And it promotes discussions with people who view them, providing a marketing benefit to the courses supplying the lead (sic).

  14. Joe C.

    May 6, 2014 at 4:56 pm

    I am just the opposite….I donate golf balls to the courses I visit….I put them in the ponds, streams, woods and the high rough. Those balls will make someone very when they come across them in their search for their own lost or strayed balls. I keep score by the number of balls I loose..Low score wins..

  15. Danny Dotson

    May 6, 2014 at 4:57 pm

    I pick up the ball markers when the sign above it say “Free.” I have never found any divot tools. I have taken the pencils with the course name on it. I carry them in my bag in case I need one. You know if the pencil lead breaks or falls off the holder. I have always thought if the course name on these items it was advertisement. Now that my story and I am sticking to it…..lol

  16. Stacee

    May 6, 2014 at 5:10 pm

    I do this as well, and for the same reason. My favorite is note pads from resort hotels! I use them in the office to remind myself there is life outside this place!

    It isn’t stealing, because these are amenities meant to be used and kept in reasonable quantities, and it’s also marketing for the course. If you take an extra divot tool to bring back to a friend or give an extra tee with the course name to a friend in your foursome, that’s pretty low cost advertising. I can’t imagine most courses would have an issue with that!

  17. Chuck

    May 6, 2014 at 5:15 pm

    To take the moral high ground. Have any of you heard of the Seventh(7th) Commandment? “Stealing” is Stealing regardless. This sets a bad example for our younger players. Some items are designed for taking as marketing and that is fine. But why call it “Stealing”?

  18. Collector Jones

    May 6, 2014 at 5:18 pm

    I have a collection of range balls from courses. They have different patterns and ball types an I put them in one of the little racks you can hang on the wall and buy in the back of golf magazines. They have plenty and some people hit them in the woods outside the range, the mower cuts others. They won’t be missed.

    I also like to take home a flag from the course. The way I see it, they are offering other things for free pencils, tees divot tools etc. and they have at least another 17 or so hanging around out in the weather. Some are more difficult to unhook than others but with a little persistence they can be had and tucked away in the bag. They sure look great tacked up in the basement.

    If I can’t get a flag, and I am within short driving distance, sometimes I will grab a free standing ball washer and throw it in the trunk. the ones with the circular base made out of iron are really cool and if you spend a little time painting them they are a great addition to the garden. It pays to empty them out first, after not doing it once you will be a fan of filling it at home.

    Some day I think I will rent one of those little trailers from the local rental center and pull it to the course. I could just drive up on the trailer in a far corner of the parking lot and no one would be the wiser. A gas golf cart wouldn’t require a charging station, and nothing says “I’m a Golfer to the neighbors like your very own golf cart. They have a whole barn full and they trade them out every couple years. They won’t miss it.

  19. David

    May 6, 2014 at 5:34 pm

    I took two flags from different golf course greens. My wife and I snuck onto the courses at night and made love on the greens. Therefore, we took the two flags as souvenirs.

  20. actusreus

    May 6, 2014 at 5:54 pm

    LOL. Love Collector Jones’s post. I have wonderful times shopping. Every time I go to the grocery store I like to take an item or two to remind me of my shopping experience. I only take store brands so that that are souvenirs and not plain ole’ shoplifting.

    Little souvenirs can bring good memories. Scorecards, pencils, tees, and your own photos that you take are great. Walking out with divot tools, divot markers, log balls, and other items that are for sale in the clubhouse is nothing more than plain ole’ shoplifting. I am inclined to think that the original article was parody just to gauge commenters’ reactions. Most of them apparently have no moral compass.

  21. Robert Keiner

    May 6, 2014 at 7:00 pm

    Memories. I’ve been lucky enough to play some of the great courses (more abroad than here because $500 for a round of golf is obscene). Each spring, I reach into my ball marker collection (the metal ones……..not stolen……….the plastic nipple ones in huge quantities). Each one carries an image: having played well, or not so much, matters little. Each marker conjures up people, places (not just courses) and events that I cherish. GET BALL MARKERS! With them, there’s a vacation (or 2 or 10) every spring when you select the chosen few which will bring you luck in the summer to come. Hit’em straight. Sweet Swingin’ Bobby K.

  22. wiebls

    May 6, 2014 at 7:08 pm

    Before retiring, I was a middle school math teacher. Inevitably, on any given day various students would forget to bring a pencil to class. Having golfed all over the country and collected scores of logoed course pencils, I decided to put some in a commemorative plastic Masters drink cup to give to some “poor-child” who happened to be in need that day. I only collected pencils with erasers—which I used plenty on the courses! I thought using the short stubby pencil would shame them into remembering to bring their supplies. Wrong, wrong, wrong! Never underestimate the mind of a budding adolescent. It very quickly becamed “cool” to have one of the shorties…and I soon had a record number of “suddenly forgetful” students!

  23. Peter f blood

    May 6, 2014 at 7:17 pm

    I have stuff I collected at least 40 years ago when a friend & myself played in Scotland. I ofen wonder why I retain this stuff. Anyway thanks for making me feel normal.All the best from Melbourne Australia

  24. Steve Collins

    May 6, 2014 at 7:29 pm

    David’s comment gives a whole new dimension to he meaning of “lay of the green.”
    I have collected lots of great things and memories from courses I’ve played over the last 60 years, but I’m jealous of David.

  25. Arthur

    May 6, 2014 at 7:29 pm

    MY GOLF CLUB SELLS such items! believe it or not, but I don’t think the PRO has ever knowingly given anything away !!

  26. harley

    May 6, 2014 at 8:09 pm

    how dare this site make a brazen allegation without proof of claim. If a course makes an offer and you accept their advertising without consideration then that is not a contract, it is reciprocity. when you pay to play on a course, they are happy to give you something in order that you shall recommend this course to others. Remember that greenkeeping is very costly, if very few or nobody played there, then it would be turned into a housing development. I saw this happen at Woodbridge in Western Australia, so I bought a block on the 8th Fairway of the Quarry Nine, Joondalup International Resort and now the place has 27 holes, a huge Hotel and worths Billions. I go for a hit 7 days a week. Please do not dribble shit about stealing from golf courses.

  27. Howard Groopman

    May 6, 2014 at 9:07 pm

    The courses where I play charge for tees, ball markers, divot tools (not pencils), so why would I help myself?

  28. Anonymous

    May 6, 2014 at 10:28 pm

    You are one sick ba$tard. STEAL?? From a golf course ?? Whaaaat??
    If you need tees ore (especially) BALLS, please respond and I will ship you a CARE package.
    So, repent, buy some tees, buy a souvenir ball or hat or ????
    Just don’t publish any more crap like the article that invoked my ire.

    Warm Regards
    Ron Breen

  29. carl r graziano

    May 7, 2014 at 12:19 am

    When I play in a foreign country I save a coin as a ball mark. It a good conversation piece when playing.

  30. Will Person

    May 7, 2014 at 12:48 am

    Stealing is against the law period. What a poor example to teach young people and new golfers.

  31. myra

    May 7, 2014 at 3:08 am

    About two years ago we have visited Celtic Manor. In our opinion this is so far the only one golf course worldwide (visited more than 300 golf courses on four continents) selling pencils for 25 p each…

  32. Rich R

    May 7, 2014 at 10:11 am

    I take a pencil, ball marker or divot tool from the nicer places to remember the day, a nice round, or a fun experience with friends. I guess you could say I’m a little snobby in the sense that I wouldn’t take one from a public course or semi private, but if it says Ridgewood or Baltusrol, it’s coming home with me.

  33. Dan Burt

    May 7, 2014 at 10:32 am

    ALL OF US have done this, I don’t care how pious you are, comewhere along the way you have borrowed a pen or pencil or what ever and not returned it. It is not something we plan, just we simply stick a pen or whatever in our pocket uncounciously when we use them. If it was really stealing it would be something or real value, but it still is taking without someone’s permission.

  34. Rick Bowers

    May 7, 2014 at 10:43 am

    I don’t wish to sound holier than thou but golf courses are the most beautiful places on this planet and if I pick up a tee or marker, I’m helping to keep them that way. I also like your reasoning.

  35. Steady Ed

    May 7, 2014 at 11:00 am

    Pencils, scorecards, as mementos, sure. Ball markers, tees, and divot tools I pay for, unless they are clearly marked “free”. I find golfing cheapskates annoying.
    I buy sandwiches, gatorade and beers from the cartgirl, even if they are a little overpriced, because I appreciate the convenience. Clubs are hurting, with fewer golfers and money tight these days. If you don’t support your club and the staff there, don’t be surprised if it closes up and starts sprouting houses one of these days.

  36. Tom

    May 7, 2014 at 12:52 pm

    This is killer, I did not take freebies from the courses I played but in Florida at Disney I found a Titleist Pro V1x #7 with the stamp “BUBBA” on it. Kinda makes me think someone played there, and in San Diego at Torrey I found a Nike with 2000 129th Open Champion in blue, with a smaller typeset in black with the letters TIGER. Kinda hoping these were lost by their owners, they looked to be hit maybe once.

  37. David

    May 7, 2014 at 3:36 pm

    Not something I stole myself but I bought a property across the road from a very long established golf club(100+ years). The garden behind the house was a complete disaster so I started digging it and found 2 tee markers. These were not some little wooden board but large stone blocks each weighing over 100 lbs! The markers were from the 5th and 16th holes which meant the idiot thieves, who I assume were drunk as skunks, had carried them about 800 yards. I called the club and told them they could have them back as long as they came and picked them up! They didn’t even say thank you LOL

  38. Lloyd Kulisek

    May 7, 2014 at 5:08 pm

    I go a step further when I travel and take a clean card to scan the logo when I get home and make “travel stickers” like you’d see years ago on luggage to put on my travel case. This way I’m reminded every time I pack up to go out of town how fortunate I am to be playing such a wonderful game all around the world. To date I have mementos from 13 states and 4 countries (not including the USA).

  39. joseph healy

    May 7, 2014 at 7:30 pm

    never thought about taking pencils as stealing,i return ones found on ground do i get a amen!!!!

  40. Mort

    May 10, 2014 at 11:50 am

    So all you people who make use of the generosity of some courses are, in reality causing the course managers to pay for their generosity with higher course charges such as higher cart and play charges. Maybe we forget these small items are part of the overhead and are made up for by course fees. Possibly stealing less will help such fees become more competitive.

  41. madmanny

    May 13, 2014 at 2:58 pm

    One other thought. I’m a road warrior and spent lots of nights in hotels. Every night when I get back to the room, I always take all the extra soaps, shampoos, etc. and put them in my suitcase and bring them home. I keep them I bag and when I’ve reached a critical mass, I bring them to a local food bank or homeless shelter where they are very much appreciated.

  42. Gander

    May 13, 2014 at 4:26 pm

    What a lame idea A couple of courses I play hand out repair tools (green fees between $85 and $105.00) at the first tee and ask you to repair yours plus.
    You think it is stealing if we do not return them post round or hand the starter a ten or twenty Your proposition that we are stealing is bizarre How about the folks that are handing over $350.00, $400.00 or more for a round plus tips for everyone they see on the grounds I think I am no longer one of your 75,000 Insiders
    Caio,
    G

  43. Mike

    May 27, 2014 at 9:53 pm

    I guess everyone has their own definition of moral high ground. Some people are having fun here and some people are way too serious. What’s wrong with taking a pencil, an extra scorecard, or a tee or two as mementos? That’s why they have the name or logo on them. Some places give out free divot tools. I also buy a logo golf ball and a bal marker as souvenirs.

    By the way, Collector Jones. Those ball racks they sell at the back of magazines? They have them in most golf stores. I’m sure they wouldn’t mind if you helped yourself to one.

  44. Steve

    September 22, 2015 at 12:23 pm

    My favorite item is the logo shoehorn that walked out of the Oakmont locker room in my shoe bag. I planned on doing the same at East Lake but their shoe horns are just to nice to lift.

  45. Don

    September 22, 2015 at 12:32 pm

    Of course I take a handful of pencils and tees and divot tools. And several extra scorecards. These free souvenirs are just a perk for spending a bunch on the golf experience. I always end up buying a ball, maybe a marker chip, and even a hat. So why not load up on every free item I can.
    A lot of courses should do something nice for the people spending money on the experience. A round at Spyglass was darned expensive, but at the end of the round when they clean your clubs, and wash your shoes (while still on your feet), they put a big bronze medallion on your bag. I wish I could’ve grabbed a handful of those, too.

  46. anon

    September 22, 2015 at 12:39 pm

    Sheesh! Talk about going overboard with regard to some little promo items! Quoting William Shatner – “get a life!”. The only good response was the guy’s who said
    “I am just the opposite….I donate golf balls to the courses I visit….I put them in the ponds, streams, woods…”
    This is levity people, clearly a lighthearted question posed, some responses got way to heavy!

  47. Hugohillsboro

    September 22, 2015 at 12:41 pm

    I bring back stuff for my fourball , just to wind them up.

  48. H Myers

    September 22, 2015 at 12:46 pm

    free divot tool and marker was a plus. nice little wooden one on small course in ONtario (Crestwood). The greens on this course were excellent…not like the divot marked greens all public courses in Toronto seem to sport.

  49. jkc

    September 22, 2015 at 12:50 pm

    This article is talking about the tees, divot tools & markers that are priced in the green fees. The ones at the front counter.

    Mos to f these comments are just plain dumb to act like this stealing or they did not even read the article.

  50. W Hamrick

    September 22, 2015 at 1:02 pm

    I agree with everything except for the hotel shampoos and lotions. Having traveled over 2 million miles on airplanes on business, I stopped bringing that crap home. All it did was clutter up my bathroom and remind me of the grind. Pencils, tees, markers, and scorecards are the best, and I usually give them to friends so that they’ll go with me on the next trip.

  51. Kirk

    September 22, 2015 at 1:03 pm

    I’m not sure some of the people commenting actually know how to read. The concept of stealing was to pull in the reader and then you clearly say “steal” isn’t the right word since they want us to take these items as advertising. I’ve done this for the past 30 years as I’ve played around the world. Rediscovering these items always brings back great memories. The only time I’ve ever had any guilt about “stealing” was when I played the TPC Sawgrass Stadium Course. Somehow when I got home, there in my luggage was the green drawstring canvas bag used to haul range balls to the practice tee, with the Sawgrass logo bigger than life. I left so many balls in the water on #17, the island green, I figured I deserved a higher quality souvenir. That was 28 years ago and it is still a treasure in my collection of memorabilia.

  52. Tom

    September 22, 2015 at 1:07 pm

    Honest to God I just had hot coffee come back up my nose. I took one look at the picture atop this article and realized I had a cart with no pencil on Sunday when I played…so I reached into my bag..and I had one from Greenville Country Club !

  53. Doug

    September 22, 2015 at 1:12 pm

    Got back from an Ireland trip just last June. At Lahinch they give the walkers a sand filled bag so you can fill your divots out on the course. I was admiring it after the round and the “Captain” of the Club invited me to take it home. It’s a nice keepsake….

  54. BlessedSJC

    September 22, 2015 at 1:37 pm

    You got it madmanny.
    Donate the shampoos, soaps and other ‘gimmes” to homeless shelters or Ronald McDonald Houses. And the tees, markers, divot tools and pencils to the First Tee for kids in your area. .

  55. Sundara Raman

    September 22, 2015 at 1:56 pm

    As every Durch man would do ( they always look for freebies), I am used to collect free pencils, pitch forks and markers. Even a plastic tee ( as they don’t break down) will suffice.
    I found it interesting test shake spend in excess of 150 Euros for a speculative club, I still relish such petty activities. Not to mention to fish out balls from water looking for a Srixon if Callaway balls.
    One good trait we have maintained pin our club is to return any club left behind by players from ore ions flights and take pride in returning these to club shop to earn honesty points!

  56. Ken

    September 22, 2015 at 2:32 pm

    The only place I see those little pencils is golf and church. I am the minister so I wonder how many pew pencils are taken home to fondly remember the sermon. FORE!!!!!

  57. Tom G

    September 22, 2015 at 2:43 pm

    I started collecting (buying) logo balls about 30 years ago, now numbering around 130. If the course has free markers, I put one of those with the ball, and if not, I buy a fancier one. Great memories–only wish I’d started earlier in my golfing life!

  58. Marc

    September 22, 2015 at 3:19 pm

    I certainly partake when it’s expected of me to take divot tools and markers. I have too many to carry but keep boxes of them and rotate them into the golf bag regularly. Think the most unique marker I have is from Gozzer Ranch, where the starter uses one of those penny presses to make stamped pennies with the logo. But the best “happiness trigger” from Gozzer: they have a pile of those little packets of Advil next to all the tees and divot tools. I recall all the fond memories of the place every time I pull one of those out of my golf bag!

  59. Jacques

    September 22, 2015 at 5:18 pm

    I buy a logo ball from every course I play , and put it in my collection . Has of now , I have over 180 in my collection . If I did’nt play it, I don’t have it in my collection.

  60. Garen

    September 22, 2015 at 8:38 pm

    My favorite are the Pebble Beach ones l Cyoress Point especially , I even brought home the bottles of Shampoo and lotion , each time I use one I smell Pebble

  61. Brian J.

    September 22, 2015 at 11:24 pm

    I took a pencil Pastor Ken but felt like I
    I paid for it when the offering plate was passed. FORE~~THATS WHAT IT MEANS

  62. Nelson

    September 23, 2015 at 12:31 am

    Sorry pal, if you are a collectionist, you buy stuff. I have never stolen anything from a golf course, not even the pencil.

  63. martyn

    September 23, 2015 at 11:43 am

    Spose you can call it stealing but I rescued a brightly coloured Royal and awesome Golf trousers from the clear out bin…..took them home, washed and ironed them and they came out nearly new and wots more they fitted perfect….beat that you pencil nickers!

  64. Steve O

    September 28, 2015 at 4:01 pm

    Stop stealing ….stop it …Just stop …no we’re not like you…. so stop it…its not true……you get a pencil ….and maybe another pencil if you break the lead in the first pencil …… free is free…. nice ball makers and divot tools are not …..so stop it ……..

  65. Alex

    September 29, 2015 at 10:41 am

    I am in my 70s. I have a scorecard from all 337 courses I have played (I think), plus many from those I have only visited. It’s great entertainment to revisit those experiences when viewing the cards.

  66. Norm

    September 29, 2015 at 11:28 am

    Before I retired, I traveled frequently around the country. I would take the small shampoo bottles and soap from the numerous hotels. When I had a small collection gathered, I would donate it to a local retired Catholic sisters provencial house.
    The sisters rarely got to travel and these items are not only useful but also a special treat that they really looked forward to. Made me feel good too.

  67. Fozcycle

    September 29, 2015 at 11:45 am

    I was at HHI last week, playing both Port Royal & Shipyard courses……They have embossed pencils with erasers. I love golf pencils with erasers! I now have one for each round played.

  68. KM

    October 6, 2015 at 12:54 pm

    Thanks for sharing. Your use of word stealing is clearly inappropriate though.

  69. William Cunningham

    October 13, 2015 at 1:08 pm

    Here in the Phoenix-Scottsdale area, I have played close to 6o different courses. You would be surprised at what the “snow birds” and tourists take from the course. If the tee markers are a little too nice, they are taken. If the flags on the greens have the course name or logo, it’s gone. There have even been chunks of turf taken. And the people on most of these courses are well off enough to be playing premium courses at premium prices, so they just seem “cheap” to me. I like the bag tags that some courses hang on your bag–some are personalized with your name and some not–but I let all of them dangle on the bag and they become a conversation piece with other players. Forget the little throwaway items you mention, i.e., tees, score cards, etc. They are meant to be taken, but not in volume for your Christmas list, Cheapskate!

  70. Dennis

    October 13, 2015 at 2:39 pm

    Personally,I don’t see this as stealing! Why, because the. Cost of markers, pegs and pitch mark repairers ar already costed into th price of your game. I don’t fill my pockets with the items, just few to remind me of the occasion. Also when I use them I’m advertising where to play and I don’t send the a bill for the exposure!!!!’

  71. Kevin

    October 13, 2015 at 3:41 pm

    Shoe Horns!!! Got one from National Golf Links and Seminole in Palm Beach.

  72. April

    October 16, 2015 at 8:55 pm

    I find all the courses I’ve played on, give free pencils and divot tools and ball markers free. You don’t have to steal anything

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