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I've been searching for a decent single prong divot tool, and came across this image. Anybody know who made it for MyGolfSpy and where I might be able to purchase one?

 

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I'm sorry I don't. But I had a single prong similar to that one day and hated it.

Unless you've used a single before (and liked it) then I don't think you'll like that style. IMHO.

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Adam probably had them custom made trying to find some merchandise.  I would suggest checking with the custom putter makers,  they often make them

 

https://www.seamusgolf.com/collections/hand-forged/Pitch-Tool

 

http://www.vokey.com/product/VV39457.html#start=7

 

I also know mannkrafted putter company made them for a while. 

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I used a tee for years, two prong for the last two years.

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https://libertyballmarkers.com/shop?olsPage=products%2Fcustom-divot-tool

 

Here's an alternative, check them out.Screenshot_20180311-211029.jpg

 

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Thank you!

 

I've used a two prong tool for 15 years, until I randomly was put in a group playing at a new course with a green keeper.

 

Cut a long story short, he saw me repair a mark (pushing in toward the centre) using a two prong tool. He told me to try using a tee next time or a plastic single prong tool, as it was more effective and better for the green.

 

He was right, it was far cleaner and effective in repairing the mark, hence why I'm looking for one.

 

 

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I've used this one forever. It works great and is good for the green. https://www.markmender.com/golf-tools/divot-repair-tools/divot-repair-tool-cigar-holder/

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I have a single prong laying around the house somewhere, but I still prefer using my double prong that has a clip. I clip it to the inside of my pocket, and then I never have to hunt for my ball mark (magnetic to the divot tool). The main reason I don't like using a single prong though is how stabby it gets in the pocket!

 

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