Chelsea Charles Golf Goddess Golf Ball Bead Stroke Counter Bracelet
- The first beautiful bracelet to track golf strokes per hole; replaces the need for a score counter attached to a belt or golf bag
- Beads stay in place on the patented bracelet unless moved (one-by-one) by you
- Fits most wrist sizes; once on, gently squeeze or stretch the score counter cuff for a comfortable fit
- Wear with anything from active wear to cocktail attire
- Each bracelet comes ready to gift in a decorative Golf Goddess box with counting suggestions and care instructions inside
- Gold Bracelet: 14k gold plated cuff with 14k gold plated golf ball beads
- Silver Bracelet: sterling silver plated cuff with sterling silver plated golf ball beads
- Silver/Gold Bracelet: sterling silver plated cuff with sterling silver and 14k gold plated golf ball beads
- Silver/Gold/Rose Gold Bracelet: sterling silver plated cuff with sterling silver, 18k rose gold and 14k gold plated golf ball beads
- Country of Origin : United States of America
- Style : AW-GOLFB-G-GG AW-GOLFB-S-GG AW-GOLFB-SG-GG AW-GOLFB-SGR-GG
- DSG Pro Tips
- Brand : Chelsea Charles
- Web ID: 22UCBWBLLBDSTRKCNJWL
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