Team Effort St. Louis Cardinals Switchblade Divot Tool and Ball Marker Set
Turn heads with your skill and course etiquette while using the Team Effort St. Louis Cardinals Switchblade Divot Tool. This ergonomically crafted divot tool features a switchblade prong engagement mechanism and utilizes Fusion Pin technology to make repairing divots fast and easy. Two 25mm, iron stamped ball markers feature team trademarks and sit within the magnetic housing on the front of the tool for at hand convenience. An integrated pencil sharpener provides championship-level versatility.
- St. Louis Cardinals Switchblade Divot Tool and Ball Marker Set
- Fusion Pin technology repairs ball marks and divots with a single pull
- Ergonomically rubberized ABS designed grip enables comfort during use
- Switchblade engagement mechanism allows for hassle free use and safe storage
- Integrated pencil sharpener element provides additional versatility
- Two 25mm, iron stamped ball markers with team trademarks for style
- Magnetic front holds a single ball marker in place
- Officially licensed by MLB®
- Style : T0367618
- DSG Pro Tips
- Brand : Team Effort
- Web ID: 18TEFUMLBSWTCHTLCACCA
- SKU: 19028392
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