Jul 9, 2009

GolfDotz - US Women's Open "IT" Accessory?

That's what GolfWeek's Beth Ann Baldry indicated yesterday in a live chat from Saucon Valley CC.

Ball Decals have now been approved by the USGA for use in competition, and Ms. Baldry has witnessed a number of players marking their balls with tiny hearts and flowers... diminutive four-leaf clovers and whimsical pink pigs.

Those are among the designs offered by GolfDotz and I've got to say, I was ahead of the curve on this one. I've been using the retro-chic Peace Symbol design for almost a year. It's not that I've given up my Sharpies (I'm far too creative to ever do that) but GolfDotz are a cute, convenient alternative to self-marking, and a fun way to mix things up. Note: A fierce looking skull decal seemed to be the preferred style at SSCC this week.

Beyond golf ball accessories, Beth Ann fielded a number of questions on "BivensGate", a hot topic twenty four hours ago, that's been temporarily put aside for this ultra-prestegious LPGA tournament. The interactive live chat was an awesome way to get on-the-spot info and a feel for being in the thick of things.

Today Stacy Lewis will chat live on Golfweek.com at 1 p.m. EDT following her first round. So head over there if you want to know how the course is playing. You'll also a video walk down Saucon Valley’s 18th hole with Cristie Kerr, and there are several interesting blogs being updated regularly. It's a great way to keep current on the action at the US Women's Open.

Oh, and I'll be there tomorrow so watch for my two cents informed updates.


  1. "A fierce-looking skull decal seemed to be the preferred style at SVCC this week."

    I always manage to skull the ball myself, usually on the first hole somewhere, or sometimes on the practice green if they allow chipping, and that makes its own distinct skull decal.

    Then my round gradually becomes a tedious decal-athon.

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