Ball Markings/Personalization

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By Michael K

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  1. Just curious, does anyone else hate to mark/customize their ball? Obviously a necessary part of the game but I hate marking on my ball. I don't like to personalize it with sayings or draw pictures etc. I'm sure it's my OCD coming into play but I'm just not a fan... Anyone else feel this way? What's your go to ball marking?

  2. Eric H

    Eric H
    Ridgway, PA

    I feel you to the core man! I dont like it either. When i look down i dont want to see anything. If your gonna play in competitions or things of the sort you're gonna need to have a mark though. I have hid my mark by making a dot inside the top of the T. seems to blend in seamlessly enough for me!
  3. Thanks Eric! I might have to copy that idea! Play well!
  4. Chuck Z

    Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

    Two dots and a bar, not that too distracting. Sometimes I get a personalized ball with a cz on it. I normally play high number golf balls which most do not play. That also makes it easier to find in the fairway.
  5. I used to mark my ball with two black dots on either side of the numbers. Now it's just one red dot on the right hand side of the number. Only time I will do any type of customization is when I order 4 dozen and it comes for free. Then it's just a simple AMK - my initials.

    Like Eric, I can't stand the much of anything on my ball. I will even toss a found ball back if it has too much writing on it.
  6. Jason R

    Jason R
    Tomball, TX

    I used to do a dot in a particular spot to differentiate mine but now I just order my ProV1 with a special play number.
  7. Richard I

    Richard I
    Bucyrus, OH

    Count me as a member of this club. Play double digit balls w/o any added markings when I have them. Only marking i add is a yellow sharpe strip on the alignment band. Yellow doesn't seem to be as permanent as darker colors. Balls i find with markings go in the shag bag.
  8. Just a little FYI. Rubbing alcohol removes permanent marker from golf balls.
  9. greg p

    greg p
    Chicago 'burbs, IL

    I’ll either personalize with my initials or use 2 dots. I find logos or hand drawn art distracting.
  10. Just curious...when ordering personalized (either just custom number, all one play number, or stamping) from Titleist, are all Pro V1 balls from the USA plant (plant 3). Or does Titleist also ship custom-stamped/personalized balls manufactured in Thailand?
  11. No'l

    Palmdale, CA

    I'm in the minority here as I order them with a certain number and four letters of haiku... and even so, I still put a mark.

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