Stampyourballs ball marking
Stampyourballs is a simple concept to mark golf balls instead of using a pen.
I've got a liverbird motif and there is no chance I could draw this myself. There are 50 designs to choose from (from quite complex, to fairly simple motifs too ... surely something for everyone? ), with red and blue ink options. They are simple to use, just take the lid off and press onto the ball, and you can mark 150 balls from one stamper, so plenty for most users. The lids can also be personalised for clubs/societies etc.
The ink is very fast drying, so you can easily use the stamp on the first tee with no smudging. I used mine during the wet of this winter and found the imprint still intact at the end of the round. I would guess its quite easy to reprint over the top of the first stamp on the simpler designs but could be more difficult with the intricate designs.
I might have to buy another if they become too popular, or if they add green ink to the choices
Reply : Tue 25th Feb 2014 12:45
Great to read a review about a product I designed and produced.....it took three years to perfect and get the ink right....we took the stamper to the PGA Show in Orlando,seemed strange to be the smallest brand in golf to be next to all the big boys.....someone had a full size tank as part of their display...we arrived with a suitcase...anyway they loved it,so we need not have worried... We now have over 50 designs,we can add any logo to the lid,so perfect for charity events,captains days and of course society events....the website has all the information and contact details...hope you like it...www.stampyourballs.com will be great to get some feedback and input
Reply : Wed 26th Feb 2014 16:35
Bought one for my boyfriend & so far it's doing exactly what it should, quick to dry & doesn't smudge. Can play 18 & still looks like just been stamped, great product... now I want one!
Reply : Wed 26th Feb 2014 17:20
For anyone that is interested we will soon have a feature on Pauls product going up on Golfshake!
Reply : Wed 26th Feb 2014 20:13
Sounds pretty much like the TinCup product I've been using for over a year. They have lots of designs & are very easy to use.
Reply : Wed 26th Feb 2014 20:34
Tin cup is a stencil that you have to mark with a sharpie, this is effectively the stencil and sharpie all in one and you just press it onto the ball .... as simple as it can be.
Reply : Thu 27th Feb 2014 12:54
the www.stampyourballs.com stamper really isnt the same as the tin cup idea,other than leaving an impression,with thier tool you need to buy a steel tool and have an indelible pen,and the time to do it....the stampyourballs idea is quicker and neater.... you may like to view someone who posted on u tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gjG31wM-e7A using the tool,it dries in a few seconds and of course can be applied during a round The other bonus is the lid can be personalised with a club,company or society logo(min order for that option is only 25 and set up is free)
Reply : Fri 28th Feb 2014 15:23
If anyone goes to the site www.stampyourballs.com we have a disount offer voucher running simply enter 3for15 at checkout and you will get 3 stampers for £15.00 and free postage....a furhter saving of £1.80
Reply : Mon 10th Mar 2014 12:54
we have just launched a red eagle stamper.... http://www.stampyourballs.com/store/p7/Eagle_Stamp.html
and replenished stocks of red deveil and the eyes,low on red bandit and blue bandit
More at www.stampyourballs.com
Reply : Tue 11th Mar 2014 17:13
I am liking these!
Reply : Tue 11th Mar 2014 17:25
comments appreciated....you must see a lot of golf products....so feeling like we are on the right track...we now have over 50 designs...http://www.stampyourballs.com/index.html and can also brand the lid for charity,captains or corporate events.... We can run a small competition for your subscribers,you run it,we will supply the winners and see what they think Close to picking up the US Open/Pinehurst so all in all not a bad day.. thanks again.... enter link description here
Reply : Tue 11th Mar 2014 19:23
Liking those paw prints !
Reply : Tue 11th Mar 2014 19:38
Here's my markings I use with tin cup
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Reply : Fri 14th Mar 2014 15:32
Bit more info here.
Reply : Mon 17th Mar 2014 15:08
thanks Matt,makes it all worthwhile when you see and read something good about an idea youve sweated blood over!
Reply : Mon 24th Mar 2014 11:17
we have decided to offer a special deal for Golfshker forumites....3 stampers for £15.00 and post free Simple enter 3for15 at the checkout after choosing your three stampers and we will do the rest website is www.stampyourballs.com
Reply : Fri 2nd May 2014 11:43
we have extended the special offer,simply follow the link,choose 3 stampers,all the same or different and enter 3for15 (no gaps) at checkout and it it will give you 3 stampers for £15.00 and free postage Have a great weekends golf,hoping it warms up just a bit www.stampyourballs.com
Reply : Wed 28th May 2014 16:32
We have added some new designs,simply go to www.stampyourballs.com Have also extended the 3stampers for £15.00 promotion Simply enter 3for15 at checkout and the dicount will automatically apply
More designs in next week
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Reply : Fri 30th May 2014 22:02
Hmmm, fathers day coming up, may drop a hint or seven.
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Reply : Tue 3rd Jun 2014 13:37
we have just loaded 10 new designs,including the much awaited green shamrock,we will still honour the 3 stampers for £15.00 deal on this new products....
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Reply : Sat 14th Jun 2014 11:38
so had Hunter Mahan just spent 5.99 stamping his balls he wouldnt have missed the cut
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Reply : Mon 30th Jun 2014 17:04
Bunkered,the esteeemd golf mag seems to have picked up the Mahan/Donaldson playing the wrong ball thread
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Reply : Tue 1st Jul 2014 13:18
quick youtube video showing how good the ink is on the www.stampyourballs.com golf ball stamper
with over 60 designs now on line there is sure to be one to suit you
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Reply : Wed 2nd Jul 2014 10:29
Youtube vid from our US Cousins,have a nice day.....https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=baRH9phUPbU
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Reply : Fri 4th Jul 2014 15:14
I have succumbed to this blatent advertising and just received my 3 stamps (2 are gifts for friends). I'm really impressed! Really nice little thing and the ink dries really quickly. I suspect many of my golf friends will be getting these as gifts - makes a change from a pair of golf socks!
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Reply : Mon 7th Jul 2014 16:39
Thanks Judy ^^^^ honestly I didnt start the thread! but we appreciate your purchase,a few new designs have just landed,just need to load them onto the site ....we have a shark,green centurion helmet and a Winston Churchill...who looks great ...a few more will be available by the end of the month too.. www.stampyourballs.com now that is a plug!
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Reply : Mon 7th Jul 2014 17:03
Judy, Paul did get in touch and Matt H did review possibly blatant advertising but hopefully of relevance & worthwhile so hopefully we all don't mind.
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Reply : Tue 8th Jul 2014 14:26
I'm sorry my tongue in cheek comment didn't quite come across. I love my stamps and so do my friends who I gave two of them too.
BTW does anyone know anyone who would like some really fab data analysis done using superb innovative techniques www.ssentif.com
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Reply : Thu 10th Jul 2014 13:39
Judy,I did get the irony and glad you got the order,we have just launched three new stampers....a Winston Churchill,shark and green spartan enter link description here
or on the website www.stampyourballs.com
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Reply : Wed 23rd Jul 2014 12:51
Never play the wrong ball again By Bunkered Golf Magazine on June 30, 2014
stampyourballs.com We’ve all been guilty of it. Rushing up to a ball you’ve assumed to be yours, hitting it down the fairway, only to realise it wasn’t yours. Now with stampyourballs.com you’ll never run that risk again.
The golf brand has created a product that allows you to identify your ball with one of its many designs. The stamp is large enough to be clearly visible, without being overpowering. It’s also durable enough to withstand strike after strike.
“The MK V Stamper has been produced with over 50 designs.”
According to the brand’s official site, the process is easy, with a vast range of designs to choose from. “It is simple and effective to use, and after many attempts to perfect the tool, design and ink, the MK V Stamper has been produced with over 50 designs.”
If only someone had told Hunter Mahan…
Playing the 18th hole at the US Open with Jamie Donaldson, both men found the fairway. That’s when the trouble started.
Both players were playing a Titleist ProV1x, and failed to properly identify their own ball before hitting their approach shots.
Once they arrived at the green and marked their balls, they realized that they had hit each other’s ball. Disaster. The returned to the spot of their approach shots to take a penalty drop and played the hole out from there. Both Mahan and Donaldson signed for a double-bogey six.
Had they played out the hole and teed off (they began their round at the ninth) at the next hole the pair would have been disqualified.
Untitled R&A rules
Marking your ball with Stampyourballs.com is an easy way to make sure you aren’t in danger of breaking the rules.
According to the R&A: “You are advised to put an identification mark on your ball. Many golfers play the same brand of ball and if you can’t identify your ball, it is considered lost. (Rules 12-2 and 27-1) 1 / 4 Buying from Stampyourballs.com
Most markers are priced at £5.99 individually and you get around 150 stamps out of each one.
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Reply : Fri 25th Jul 2014 17:37
I have recently purchased one of these as I wanted to compare it to the 'tin cups' that I have. I must say that I'm really impressed. Very easy to use & it's quick & easy to use.
The only thing I would say where it fails against the tin cup is the actual size of the marking. The balls which are marked with the tin cup are very easy to see & don't require much 'veryfying'. The 'stamp' I sometimes have to bend down & look to make sure that it is my marking.
Overall I am going to stick with the 'stamp'.
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Reply : Fri 25th Jul 2014 18:00
thanks John,we have just loaded some new designs today www.stampyourballs.com
there is a claret jug,witch and USA in red and blue I get the point about size,some impress bigger than others but only by a mm or so,the reason is the curvature on the ball and the stamper edge is flat,if its too big it doesnt all come out Excuse the pun but its been a learning curve from day one and overall the response has been really positive,from gnarled old coaches like David Leadbetter through Paul Lawrie down to us hackers
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Reply : Tue 29th Jul 2014 16:33
we have just put together a patriot range for our US cousins on Ebay,3 stampers for £15.00
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Reply : Tue 7th Oct 2014 17:13
Hi all,hope the season has been good,extended summer has hopefully helped....we have added some new designs to our range,bringing us up to just over 90,Joe will load the news ones tonight but a sneak preview is shown on this link with FB https://www.facebook.com/Stampyourballscom/photos/p.977985655561824/977985655561824/?type=1&theater THANKS FOR ALL OF THE SUGGESTIONS BY THE WAY
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Reply : Wed 8th Oct 2014 16:20
New designs out now
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Reply : Tue 9th Dec 2014 14:14
we are now up to 90 designs,and have a festive offer on,best seen on link below,its any 3 stampers for £15.00 and we will include post
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