My Best Choice For A Golf Ball Display Case Rack
Spring Brings Visions of Golf
For me spring brings visions of summer golf. During the winter months when the snow is blanketing the greens the only thing I can do is stare at my golf ball collection, reminisce about the few good rounds I had, and think of what I can do to be better next season.
For Many, Golf Is A Seasonal Sport
Golfing is really the only seasonal sport I’m involved in. It seems as if most everything else I do for fun is an indoor activity these days and can be accomplished throughout the year. Living in Northern Indiana means we’ll see all four seasons and that includes winter.
This past winter was unusually long giving me an extra 4 to 6 weeks before my first round – “Ugh”. During that time, with golf on the brain, I was rummaging through some items in my basement and came across a box of "new", old golf balls that had never been played. They were logo balls from courses I played when I was younger and I had the time and the means to travel a bit.
Write the Date And Your Score On Your Golf Ball
Sadly I could not remember several of those golf courses although I was sure that I had visited them. I wish I'd kept a record of the dates I played and what my scores were for those rounds. Oh well, so it goes.
“Some people write a date on their balls making the collection a bit of a chronological history of the special courses they have played.”
Well I believe I'm going to invest in a new golf ball display rack so I can at least get these balls displayed somewhere. There is little sense to leaving them in a box in my basement. I do have an older smaller golf ball rack, but it only holds 18 golf balls, I have more than three times that many logo balls and plan to pick up a few more as I start golfing destination courses again. I think the shown in the intro will wok just fine for my purposes. 80 Golf Ball Rack
Hole-In-One Golf Ball Cases
Hole in one cases aren't just for holes in one. You can use them to display the best round you have had at any of the specific courses you have played, or your best round in general. Maybe you finally got to take that special trip to play "The Harbor Course" and want to showcase the ball you used.
Another great use of the single ball glass or plastic case is if you get a ball signed by a PGA professional, or if you have a chance to get a ball that a Pro played in an event. There are many other uses for hole-in-one cases - use your imagination.
Golf Ball Cases Make Great Gifts
Golf ball display cases make great gifts too. By themselves they are a very nice gift, but if you want to do something real special outfit the wall case with a number of golf balls equal to what the display will hold.Your golfer can them use it to keep track of their best rounds. – “Don’t forget the sharpies.”
Golf ball display cases do not take up much wall space and they can be a great conversation starter. This is why it’s not a bad idea to write down your score and the date you played the course. The thing about a conversation piece is you need to have something to converse about.
"Some people write a date on their balls making the collection a bit of a chronological history of the special courses they have played."
- Sharpies work great for this -
How Many Logo Golf Balls Do You Currently Have In our Collection?
If you are in need of something a little bigger this 110 golf ball display case also has some good reviews.
The designer golf ball rack shown here has a little more style, offering an architectural flair.
Golf ball display case cubes are relatively inexpensive and offer an excellent way to show off your accomplishments.