What do you use on the green?

...For a ball marker? Ball mark tool? Putter?

 

For a ball marker, I usually use my Muirfield Village one. However, I have a quarter with my birth year on it that my mother gave to me. Ball mark tool...I use a Scotty Cameron tool (green). I like it because, well, it's a Scotty/Titleist piece, and it doesn't tear up the green(s) like other tools. Putter...I have a Studio Select Newport 2 MS. I LOVE my Scotty, BUT, I have my heart set on a 3X/Tour, black, 009 (hopefully, with no sight line/dot). I also like the Studio Select Newport 2 Tour Black Deep Milled.

I use a Scotty Cameron pin from 2010 with the post ground off.  It is perfect for marking with.

I really like these simple divot tools.  

 

And my gamer is a Laguna Two  that is getting ready to go for a spa treatment.

For a marker I have several options.  I have a little sack with foreign coins, a Colorado state quarter, and some markers from my favorite courses.  I also have the alignment tool with JYD on it if I feel like my alignment is off.

For a tool I have the Scotty Cameron Pivot tool that I painted the red dot's green.  I've got the 09 CC and the 09 Hula tools too.

My putters vary but I always roll a Cameron Newport.  My favorite is my Longneck TeI3 Newport, if I'm playing a course with really fast greens I'll switch to the Gun Blue, and if it's raining or the greens are loaded with fertilizer I'll switch to the Select or the Stainless beach.

All great sticks!

On the greens I use a Scotty Cameron Ball CT Ball tool, a Scotty Cameron High Roller Bearing Pivot Tool (Red) and a Newport 2 Button Back that has been to the custom shop for some stamping, weights, shaft grip and translucent red paintfill. 

I use a quarter with a year that is in the 60's, a special pitch tool and a Cali Del Mar 34 / 350..........

I use a standard divot tool & a ball marker I found on amazon. It a woman in the center with a line over her that reads "Gentlemans Only Ladies Forbidden". Obviously I can't use this marker while playing with a woman - they might get offended!

For a ball marker, I use the pin from the 2010 Club Cameron kit.  I cut the actually pin off and now it makes a great ball marker.

For a repair tool, I use the tool from the 2009 Club Cameron kit.

My usual gamer is a Cameron Tour Newport with an oil can finish and no sight lines.  Needs to get refinished.

I have a nice Air Force divot tool some of my troops got me as a gift when I retired, a military challenge coin or dollar slot coin from Vegas as a ball marker and I roll putts with a Cameron Laguna 2 my brother gave me.  All good items and bring me luck on sunny days. 

Marker, 1969 quarter

Deno

The good old plastic ball marker.  I carry a few from the Newport CC, Charles River CC, and one from a local bank (Freedom National).

I have a custom made ball marker I got a few years back.

 

I also use a divot too that has a San Antonio Spurs logo on it.

 

 

Josh G

For a marker I have several options.  I have a little sack with foreign coins, a Colorado state quarter, and some markers from my favorite courses.  I also have the alignment tool with JYD on it if I feel like my alignment is off.

For a tool I have the Scotty Cameron Pivot tool that I painted the red dot's green.  I've got the 09 CC and the 09 Hula tools too.

My putters vary but I always roll a Cameron Newport.  My favorite is my Longneck TeI3 Newport, if I'm playing a course with really fast greens I'll switch to the Gun Blue, and if it's raining or the greens are loaded with fertilizer I'll switch to the Select or the Stainless beach.

All great sticks!

 

Have you checked in to getting a Scotty Oil Cloth? It works wonders. Not just on my Scotty(s), but my other clubs as well.

 

A lot of people that I know use quarters for markers. All of the people at my home club in OH repair their ball marks and replace their divots. No worries there. If I'm playing another course, and I see another ball mark(s) or loose divot, I'll take the time to repair those as well.

I use a Lucky Penny from Joe Binion's Casino from the 50's or 60's that I got from my Gandpa to mark my ball. For pitch marks just a tee or a cheap metal divot tool from a course. For rolling the rock a Scotty Cameron 350g 009 Beach.

Yes I have several Oil Cloths.  I always put one in my cart when I purchase something for a release.  They last for a long time, and I always make sure to oil up my Gun Blues before and after each round.  If the weather is questionable I'll pull out something stainless.

As for Divots and Ball Marks I always make sure to fix them.  I really hate walking up to a green that looks like the lunar surface.  Even if it's a course I might never play again I always fix ball marks by mine or around my line.  Nothing is more frustrating than watching a perfectly stroked putt hit a speed bump along the way.

Tyler H

I use a Lucky Penny from Joe Binion's Casino from the 50's or 60's that I got from my Gandpa to mark my ball. For pitch marks just a tee or a cheap metal divot tool from a course. For rolling the rock a Scotty Cameron 350g 009 Beach.

 

PLEASE take some pictures of that 009 and post them on here!!!