This simple accessory is a must-have for every golfer

The Birdicorn divot repair tool combines six nifty features in one handy accessory.


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While it’s not a requirement to use a ball-mark repair tool, or even a designated ball mark, it feels extra-luxe to use one designed specifically for its sacred purpose, instead of a dirty tee or spare penny.

And Birdicorn’s Divot Tool is the ultimate accessory for golfers who appreciate an item that multitasks. In this case, you get six useful benefits from a single hardworking prong.

With Birdicorn, you can enjoy:

-A premium divot-repair tool

-A ballmark, and a place to hold it

-A stencil for drawing alignment guides on your ball

-A bottle-opener

-A putting tool (via the tool’s alignment aid)

-A grip protector (prop your clubs in the tool’s slot to keep them dry in wet conditions)

How many other ways can we say it? Get yours now!

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Birdicorn 6-in-1 Divot Tool

This lightweight, six-in-one multitool features a bottle opener, ball-marker holder, putter aligner, divot fixer, line-drawing guide and grip protector, all in one sleek package.
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