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GreenFix Divot Tools

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Sentinel Divot Tools
New Sentinel Line
from GreenFix Golf
GreenFix Wizard
GreenFix Ball Mark
Elimination System
GreenFix Custom
GreenFix Ball Mark
Elimination System
GreenFix GF3
GreenFix Ball Mark
Elimination System
GreenFix GF2
GreenFix Ball Mark
Elimination System
GreenFix GF1
GreenFix Ball Mark
Elimination System

The GreenFix Ball Mark Elimination System is just such a rare event. The GreenFix line of divot tools is a patented method of divot tool repair. Pioneered and championed by 35 year PGA touring pro, 5 time PGA winner, Danny Edwards, the GreenFix line is the result of the first real scientific research done on ball mark damage and repair. To Danny Edwards it just didn’t make sense to use a long-tonged divot tool and penetrate the greens up to 2″ down to repair surface damage. He surmised that a short pronged divot tool with a depth limiting feature that pushes the damage back into place rather than twisting, jabbing or lifting the grass would cause less damage and result in far better greens. The results were shocking and a real wake up call for golfers and golf courses everywhere. Three independent university studies have shown (Kansas State, Purdue and Texas A&M) that using a conventional long-tonged divot tool caused more damage than if you left the ball mark un-repaired and un-touched. The studies concluded that a ball mark repaired with a conventional divot tool took an average of 38 days to fully repair. An untouched ball mark fully repaired in 20 days. A ball mark repaired with the GreenFix Ball Mark Elimination System was fully repaired in about 7 to 10 days. Truly an amazing difference!

The GreenFix Difference “A true cultural change to golf”

  • Ball Marks fully repaired in 1/3 the time
  • Less prone to error in use
  • Easy to use – just push
  • University Studies prove the benefit
  • Less root and plant damage
  • Greens have less susceptibility to disease

100’s of the top courses in the nation have switched to the GreenFix System and banned conventional long-tong divot tools. These include Medinah Country Club, host of two PGA championships and the 2012 Ryder Cup, Southern Hills Country Club host of the 2007 PGA championship, Flint Hills Golf Club, Dallas National Golf Club, Bulle Rock Golf Club, Interlachen Country Club and many more. These clubs have switched and have seen the benefits first hand.