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Every Golfer wants to be proud of their own course, make sure you are a help to your green staff and not a hindrance

Repairing a pitch mark on a green takes seconds, but can save weeks of healing to the turf. It’s an important thing to do for the course, and for the golfers who follow you.

A pitch mark can cause the grass in the depression to die, leaving not only a scar but also a pit in the putting surface that can knock well-struck putts offline. Repairing a pitch mark restores a smooth surface and helps keep the grass healthy. But “repairing” a pitch mark incorrectly can actually cause more damage than not attempting to repair it at all. This is where the GREENSTICK come in to play. The greenstick helps golfers make sure that they are repairing a pitch mark correctly; with specially designed tool the greenstick promotes a clean repair minimizing the chances of affecting the green.

Many golfers struggle to repair their pitch marks because of a back problems but with the greenstick it helps those golfers by being extendible so the golfer does not have to bend down to repair their pitch mark.

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Greenstick divot tool

Maintaining the quality of the golf course for the enjoyment of all is good golfing etiquette, especially in winter as courses become more vulnerable to the elements. Looking after your golf course in the winter is largely  matter of common sense and preparation.


  1. If you can carry your clubs instead of using a trolley (especially electric trollies which are heavy) then please do so.

  2. Stick to the paths provided. Do not take shortcuts across soft ground and if you do have to use a trolley or buggy then please keep them at least 5m from the putting surfaces.

  3. Do not walk onto tees or greens unless you are playing on them.

  4. Observe cart rules. Some courses will post “cart path only” signs; others will ask you to observe the “90-degree rule.” Do as you are told.

  5. Observe ropes and other directional instructions installed by the green staff – they are there for a reason.

  6. Ensure your shoes are in appropriate condition for winter golf, i.e. soft spikes in good order.

  7. Be careful not to damage the edge of the hole when removing your ball – this is very bad manners as it is directly detrimental to the enjoyment of your fellow players.

  8. Repair your divots in the fairway – they can take longer to heal in the winter!

  9. Repair your ball marks on the green.

  10. Always rake sand bunkers after hitting to erase your footprints and damage to the area where your ball was.

  11. Avoid taking a divot on a practice swing.


For the senior golfer or the less mobile golfer observing course etiquette can prove more of a challenge as bending to repair ball and pitch marks can be difficult. This is where the design of the ‘Greenstick’ can assist the less agile golfer. Repairing pitch marks is excellent golfing etiquette and is essential in order to maintain a smooth, true putting surface and The Greenstick makes this easy for the less agile but considerate golfer. Now available to buy on-line visit

Are you looking for the perfect Christmas gift ideas for golfers? If yes, you have come to the right place below is our top gift ideas for the golfer! Hopefully your looking for something a bit different from the standard set of golf balls! We have tried to compile a list that is both useful and slightly unusual.


1. Greenstick Golfing must have golfing accessory  for 2014! 

Perhaps not surprisingly in the number one spot is the Greenstick! Designed by Richard Brown (Class AA PGA Golf Professional and Qualified Coach). The Greenstick was born out of the desire to help the senior golfer and the golfer with spinal problems and lack of mobility enjoy the sport and participate fully in the preservation of their green by the correct and simple repair of their pitch marks using The Greenstick. For both men and women, available in 4 colours, this is a must have in every golfers kit!

Features include:

  • The Pitchfork (or Divot Tool)
  • Telescopic Shaft with Twist-Lock Mechanism
  • Golf Ball Pick-Up Cup
  • Comfort-Grip Handle
  • Mounted Flex-Clip
  • Colours: Tour-Bright Pink, Clubhouse Blue, Ever Green, Pro-lite White

Read more about the technical features of the Greenstick here.

To purchase your Greenstick Call us on 01270 877432

2. Custom golfer bobbleheadCustom bobblehead golf gift

If your looking for a personalised gift this has to be a contender! The gifter submits photos of the giftee and color suggestions for the clothing to have a bobblehead created with stunning life-like accuracy. This gift will look great next to his/her golf trophies or on his/her desk. They can send you a proof before hand to approve and they ship world wide.

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3. Miniature Golf Club Pens Gift Set

Great for a stocking filler! “A novelty set of 3 detailed ballpoint pens in the shape of golf clubs, especially designed for desk bound golfers. The rolling hills of your favourite course are never far away when you place this playful pen set on your desk. An ideal gift for this Christmas.”

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4. PGA Tour Gadget Desktop Golf Bag and Pen Gift Set

Another pen set but who can have to many pens! This will look great on the avid golfers desk and won’t break the bank! Includes:golf bag pen set

  • PGA TOUR branded model golf bag & cart pen holder
  • Set of 3 golf club ballpoint pens: Driver – red ink, Iron – black ink and Putter – blue ink
  • Perfect stationary set for any golfer
  • Luxury removable golf bag
  • Mini folding steel golf trolley

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5. 501 Excuses for a Bad Golf Shot 

Another great little stocking filler! “This hilarious books is an absolute must for any golfer. And you need not be a golf enthuasist to enjoy this book. It makes a great gift for any golfer, and is a must for every golf bag!”

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6. Garmin Approach S1W Golf Watch

If your looking to spend a bit more this Christmas this is a great piece of kit for the avid golfer.

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Ideal for helping golf enthusiasts improve their game, the Garmin Approach S1 watch combines golf GPS abilities with a durable lightweight sports watch. The GPS receiver is highly sensitive so it’ll give you distance information to the front, back and middle of the green for over 7,000 preloaded European golf courses.

You’ll be able to monitor your golf game closely on the S1 watch, allowing you to improve each time you go out. This innovative watch can not only tell you the distance of individual shots, but how far you’ve walked throughout your time out on the course.

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We hope the above list has given you some Christmas gift ideas!



The Greenstick Golf aid for disabled and senior golfers

Golf should be a sport that is enjoyed by everyone regardless of age, gender and physical ability. The Greenstick was born from a desire to help the senior golfer and the golfer with spinal problems and/or lack of mobility through disability.

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There is no reason why the sport should not be enjoyed by all, including those with disabilities. There are many organisations for disabled golfers throughout the world offering opportunities for disabled athletes to learn the game, to play and to compete


Disabled Golf Organisations in the UK.

The Disabled Golf Society:

“The Disabled Golf Association aim is to bring together all disabled golfers, irrespective of gender, age or ability, and help them enjoy golf on a level playing field, or in our case a level golf course!”

England Golf:

England Golf contributes towards the development of the England Golf Partnership’s strategy to address the issues of equity, equality and inclusion of disabled people, within golf. We are committed in supporting the implementation of the Whole Sport Plan, taking into account the wide range of issues that affect disabled people, with the ultimate aim that more people are encouraged to play golf and are better represented within the game.

British Disabled Golf:

The Launch of British Disabled Golf took place at Acanthus Golf Centre on August 3rd 2012. It was an open day where disabled and  able-bodied golfers could play alongside each other as and when they wanted.

The Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews:

The R&A and the USGA have produced A Modification of the Rules of Golf for Golfers with Disabilities. This publication contains advice and permissible modifications to the Rules and they provide a means by which disabled golfers may play equitably with able-bodied golfers or golfers with other types of disabilities.

The rules can be downloaded at the website here .

How the Greenstick golfing accessory can help the disabled golfer.

Depending on the disability the Greenstick can help the disabled golfer to look after the green and avoid unnecessary bending to repair pitch marks, impact marks and pick up golf balls.

Greenstick Features

1. The Greenstick has an adjustable telescopic shaft. This ensures that the considerate golfer can make swift and accomplished repairs to any ball marks on the green without bending.

2. With your Greenstick, you can pick up your golf ball from the green or the cup without stooping, and with little or no bending of your back.

3. It is precision engineered to pick up your golf ball in one easy motion.

4. The Greenstick has an ergonomically shaped comfort-grip handle, is responsive, and offers great control in all weather conditions.

5. The Greenstick is designed to fit onto the outside of your golf bag making it easily accessible when you need it.