ball and tees in right pocket
scotty divot tool and marker in left pocket
glove in back pocket between shots
Left front pocket: 2-3 tees, lucky ball marker of the day (usually Kapalua ball marker), generic divot tool with employer logo that’s worn off
right front pocket: money clip - apparently I don’t value my wallet or phone as much as they stay in the cart/golf bag
What's in it's pockettzzz?
At least a few tees.
1 Metal course logo ball marker. Have too many to count but my Whitefish (MT) one is my favorite!
Small divot tool.
Yardage book for sure if I'm out of town playing.
Wallet in the bag, phone in the car.
Left Pocket - tees, ball marker, repair tool, ball (if not in play).
Right Pocket - Sharpie
Left Rear - Glove
Right rear - card/yardage book
Right Pocket - 3 Dif. Size Tees (Irons, Woods, Driver), Divot Tool, Pencil, Marker
Left Pocket - Glove when putting, ball when not in play
Back Right - Card
Phone stays in car. Wallet, keys etc. all go in bag
FSU Divot Tool/ Ball marker
I like to go light, makes me feel better and focus more on the game at hand.
As a former baseball player, I get quite superstitious about what I keep in my pockets on the course:
front right: ball mark repair tool, long and short tee, pencil, and ball marker
back left: glove when off
back right: yardage book/scorecard
Couple tees, masters ball marker, and divot too.
Left Front - handful of tees and Pitchfix divot tool
Right Front - extra ball and Canadian Toonie (ball mark)
Rear Left - empty
Rear Right - glove
One tee and one coin. I don’t use a glove and I use the tee to fix ball marks. That’s it, I don’t like having anything in my pockets.
Ping G400 Driver / 3 Wood
Adams Pro Black Hybrid
Ping I200 4-9
Ping Glide 2.0 46-50-56-60
Scotty Cameron Golo or Ping Myday
All Lefty in a Ping Hoofer / Moonlite
Only right pocket (yardage book goes in back right if I'm walking).
3 tees - two full size one shortie(or broken longer tee)
Two golf balls - one whilst playing a hole with the other
Might occasionally get some more tees in there, but not typically.
My hands if it is cold otherwise a couple of tees and a ball marker.
I don't like to carry a lot while I'm playing. All I have in my pockets are a divot tool, ball marker and a few tees.
Right Pocket - 3 long tees and one short tee - Pride plastic
Left Pocket - One larger ballmarker (Silver Dollar, etc) for birdie putts, one smaller for non-birdie putts and when I am close to someone's line. And a Divot tool
Taylormade M5 - 9.0 w/ EvenFlow Black 6.5
Taylormade M3 - 17.0 w/ HZRDUS Black 6.5
Titleist 915h - 18.0 w/ Diamana White X
Titleist 915h - 24.0 w/ KBS Hybrid Steel S
714 AP2 5i, 714cb 6-PW
Vokey SM6 50*, SM7 54* and 60*
TM Patina Ardmore 3
Got a ton of ball markers in my bag, so I just place my hand in my golf bag pocket and see which marker i'm using that day. Also have a divot tool and tees on deck.
I was thinking this was a simple answer but the more I thought about it the more complicated it gets. I keep a divot tool and a ball marker, a 1967 Quarter , in my left pocket. In my right pocket I keep 2 balls and a few tees. One Martini Tee and a couple of short ones. For early morning rounds with a dew on the ground I carry a small towel in my back right pocket to clean off my ball. It is not a huge towel but the small pocket towel that comes with the micro cloth Club Glove Towel. When I am putting I put my putter cover in my back left pocket. If I didn't hit the green on my approach shot and am wearing my glove to come out of a bunker or to pitch onto the green, I put my glove in my left front pocket. I used to put my glove in with the little pocket towel but lost a towel one time when I pulled my glove out and the towel came out without me noticing it. See, that was way more complicated than it should have been.
Left pocket: 1 tee (when it breaks, I replace it), divot tool, ball marker
Right pocket: Cell phone - but not always
Back pocket: Wallet
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