Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Tin Cup Adds New Cups to College Collection

(Falls Church, VA) - Tin Cup Products announced three new cups to its College Collection to add to the growing number of Tin Cups available to the consumer.

The Tin Cups feature licensed logos from the University of Maryland and Arizona State University. The Maryland cups feature the word "Terps" and the second is their "M" logo. Tin Cup already has the ASU logo in its arsenal and will now be adding the ASU Pitchfork.

Tin Cup is now in more than 675 of the finest golf course pro shops, retail stores and resorts across the country including Congressional Country Club, Baltusrol, Edwin Watts, PGA Superstores, Kingsmill Resort, Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort among many other locations.

Tin Cup allows a golfer to mark their golf ball with a customized golf ball marking template and a permanent ink pen. Standard designs are available at www.tin-cup.com or a personalized cut out can be requested online.

Per the USGA Rule (12-2) that requires golfers to be able to identify their ball during play, the Tin Cup allows the golfer to "Make Your Mark." The Tin Cup is made of a 100% stainless steel shell and the cup is placed over the ball and the golfer can trace their mark onto their ball with a permanent ink pen. The Tin Cup is 100% Made in the USA and covered by U.S. Patent No. D604,786S.

The company now has more than 100 designs from which to choose including a Jolly Roger, Shamrock, Wine Glass and College designs.

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