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Spot your ball like a pro with markers from Golf Galaxy. Shop golf ball markers from the best brands in the game, like Callaway®, TaylorMade®, PING® and more. Find a great selection of traditional ball markers, or add convenience on the course with a magnetic ball marker and hat clip—the clip conveniently slides on the brim or your golf hat or visor for easy access.

Ball markers make great gifts for golfers—every golfer needs them, and it never hurts to have extra. Add a personal touch by choosing a ball marker from our collection of officially licensed team accessories—you’ll find top team logos from the NFL®, MLB®, NCAA® and more. Or, check out our selection of divot tools—another must-have for any golfer. Many of the divot tools in our collection come with magnetic ball markers to create a convenient two-in-one accessory.

View our entire selection of golf accessories to make sure you have everything you need for your next round.

How To Properly Mark Your Ball

When it comes to marking your ball on the green, an actual golf ball marker really is the way to go. While it is certainly within the rules to mark your ball with a coin, a golf tee or most any small, flat object you can find, using a ball marker shows that you take your game seriously. In fact, some players may take exception if you use something other than a marker to spot your ball (for example, a shiny coin that could disrupt another golfer’s vision). Play it safe and keep a golf ball marker handy throughout your round.

What is the proper way to mark your golf ball on the green? Place your marker directly behind your ball—do not slide the marker under the ball. With your marker in place, you can then pick up your ball—you are allowed to clean it if you wish to do so. When it is your turn to putt, return the ball to its original spot directly in front of the ball marker, pick up your marker, and finish the hole.

What if your ball marker could obstruct another player’s putt? You are allowed to move your marker one or more club-lengths to the side, but no closer to the hole.