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Personalize your ball mark with Tin Cup

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ROYAL BIRKDALE - JULY 18: Seve Ballesteros of Spain in action on the 15th during the first day of the British Open Championships held at Royal Birkdale, in Southport, England on July 18, 1991. (Photo by David Cannon/Getty Images)  - 

'Be the ball' just took on a whole new, very literal meaning.

With their patented ball marking system, Tin Cup has brought an end to the days of the boring dot or initials many players use to identify their ball. Their aim is to make the golf ball an extension of each individual golfer.

The Tin Cup system is a simple metal mold that fits over the golf ball with a stencil of a design. A quick stroke of a Sharpie over the exposed area of the ball and voilà: your personalized golf ball is ready to go, hopefully down the middle of the fairway. 

Tin Cup offers more designs than we could even begin listing here – everything from martini glasses and cigars to college logos. They even offer special packages for events such as this week's British Open. And if you can't find a design that you like, you can get them customized with just about any logo you want, making them the perfect corporate gift idea.

The personal golf ball markers start at $19.95 and can be found in over 1,200 stores nationwide. Tin Cup also offers several other products including leather carrying pouches, towels, ball markers for the green and divot fixers – all available with the same sharp designs that are available for your ball.

For more information on the best way to 'mark your ball,' or to make a purchase, check out Tin Cup online.