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Best golf scorecard and yardage-book holders: These 5 cool accessories will help you score with style

November 24, 2019

When it comes to finding the best golf products, every golfer needs a little guidance. Don’t sweat it, we got you covered! For our new Best of Everything series, we’ve canvassed the golf accessories, apparel and game-improvement space to identify the very best stuff for your game. Think of us as your personal shopping assistant.

Best golf scorecard and yardage-book holders

Any golfer can tell you the agony of a soggy scorecard. But there’s an opportunity in that agony, an opportunity to up your on-course vibe and accessorize your game to the next level. That’s right — we’re talking scorecard and yardage book holders, which is likely the best golf accessory you didn’t even know you needed. Here’s what you should look for when planning your purchase:


When it comes to scorecard holders, there’s plenty of opportunity to get something handcrafted from fine materials. Do you like leather? Crocodile leather? Cork board? Something else? Shop around for different materials and feels.


How do you want to feel when you pull your scorecard from your back pocket? How do you want other people to perceive you? Are you a minimalist? A traditionalist? Looking to get some good vibes from seeing your favorite team’s logo — or even just looking for a laugh? Your scorecard holder is an important companion; the two of you will spend a lot of time together. Make sure it’s the right feel.


With scorecard holders, you shouldn’t have to make the choice between form and function — you should be able to get both! Remember, this is an extremely practical purchase you’re making. You can protect against rain, sweat, sunscreen, folding, bending and more. Consider whether your selection is big enough, tough enough and waterproof enough to ensure you’ll hand in a pristine card by round’s end.


Some scorecard holders come as they are, but others offer a nearly endless array of customizable options. Do you want a specific stitching color combo? Your name on the book? Your course logo? Chubbs from Happy Gilmore? Some companies allow you to craft the exact item you’re looking for, so make sure you give it some proper thought!


You get what you pay for, so carefully consider your wants and desires. Effective scorecard holders are available for under 50 bucks, but you can easily spend hundreds getting a fine handcrafted item, too.

Check out some of our favorite golf scorecard and yardage book holders below!


Seamus Golf


When it comes to patterned golf accessories, Seamus Golf continues to set the standard in the golf industry. Its “field books” are no exception. The Oregon-based company cites European inspiration to blend traditional looks with modern sensibility. Whether its green Irish plaid, Harris Tweed Dogtooth or the classic Red Stewart Tartan, you’re sure to get a classy cover courtesy of Seamus.


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T.I.N.Box Partners

tin box partners scorecard holder

You’re familiar with T.I.N. Box scorecard holders, even if you don’t know it — you’ve seen them in the hands of U.S. Presidents Cup and Solheim Cup teams as well as a number of high-profile pros on Tour. Handmade in a Hilton Head workshop, it’s tough to beat T.I.N. Box when it comes to building a custom look. With options for front and back covers, lettering, logos, and stitching, you’ll do well in the hands of lead craftsman Dennis Ryan.

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Bluegrass Fairway

Bluegrass Fairway

It’s hard to find a cleaner look than that of a Bluegrass Fairways scorecard holder. The Kentucky-based company specializes in handcrafted golf accessories and its aged leather sets it apart. You can add your personal touch with initials or logos, but there’s no mistaking the minimalist vibes of a Bluegrass product. That leather, the company says, will contain imperfections, but that’s the entire point — to tell a story.


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Sunfish Golf


If you’re looking for a sporty scorecard holder at a reasonable price, Sunfish is a good place to start. And if you like laughs, looks or logos, their selection is a good place to stay. Sunfish’s special edition lines include everything from its star-spangled “Patriot” to the Happy Gilmore-themed “Damn alligator bit my hand off,” which is sure to get a grin from any playing partner you come across.


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Buck Magnussen


They’re not the only company on this list with fine materials, but Buck Magnussen places extra emphasis on the quality of their leather. Their full-grain Italian “Buttero” leather provides toughness and durability, and even with extensive use these numbers should only get better with age. Their old-school vibes with functional features and customizable options mean you can’t go wrong in form or function.


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