In today's time, the goal is a must-have accessory for all golfers.
As early as golf was on the course in Scotland, they had their own origins.
In those days, when the golfer's ball stopped on the opponent's batting line, they were allowed to leave the ball there as an obstacle to the opponent and a serious inconvenience.
But in the end, players who decide to expect the ball to be blocked move their ball.
This requires some form of recording of the position of the ball as it needs to be replaced with a certain precision.
Enter the ball mark.
From the beginning and traditionally, these are notable.
Coins will be used initially.
If the thickness of the coin is large, then the opponent can ask to remove the ball mark from the line and finally replace it.
A recognized method for moving marks from an opponent.
Nowadays, the ball is usually made of plastic or metal.
The lightweight plastic ball mark is designed with a small nail that can be pressed to the ground.
This avoids them being affected by any external agent that causes them to move.
These ball marks can be printed on a flat surface with a golf club name or company logo.
Metal changes have become popular recently.
The ball mark with a flat surface is then given a shallow groove extending to the edge near the outer edge of the mark.
Now it's a simple thing to print a small self-adhesive label fixed in the groove.
These labels are laminated, making them durable enough to be used on the golf course for years.
Another option is to print the label and secure it in the appropriate position.
Then apply the clear resin on the top and allow the setting.
This then creates a dome effect that holds the print paper and seals it at the same time.
The high-end version of the ball mark is a cast version.
The logo and script are projected onto the surface of the mark, and the resulting dents are filled with colored paint.
This is a laborious operation, usually by hand, and the result is a rather expensive project.
In order to reduce the amount of metal required to make the mark, with a few exceptions, the mark is flat on both sides.
This provides a golden opportunity for the marking to be used for another purpose.
In the event that the ball mark must be removed from the opponent line, the ball mark must be replaced to its original position before hitting the ball.
Failure to do so will result in a fine.
To avoid this punishment, turning the ball mark over is a clever trick when moving.
This will put the normal side at the top, and then you will notice the fact that the ball mark should be put back in its original position before reaching out.