The divot repair tool is made of a strong, lightweight alloy for strength and durability. A steel ball marker attaches magnetically to the back completing the sleek ensemble
(RELEASE) - As golfers, we’ve all had it happen. You hit your approach shot, walk to the green to mark your ball, and you notice a pitch mark. You reach into your pocket to grab your divot tool only to get stabbed in your hand. Ouch!
KenRick’s precision crafted, premium leather belts are no gimmick. The belts uniquely and cleverly combine function with fashion. The distinctive divot repair tool is made of a special, strong and lightweight alloy for strength and durability. A steel ball marker attaches magnetically to the back completing the sleek attractive ensemble. Both slide in and out of the tip of the belt for safekeeping.
“Critically, the end tip’s design is not bulky or cumbersome; the divot tool sleekly slides out of the tail,” said Marty Hackel, Golf Digest Fashion Director in “Golf Digestix” (March 30, 2016) “Add this to the list of items that you didn’t know you needed until you finally had it.”
Golf course superintendents will applaud you for wearing a KenRick belt. This exciting innovation provides a quick and easy divot repair system that helps in maintaining green surfaces and keeps that top of mind.
“No more fumbling around your golf bag or dumping the entire contents of your pocket all over the green, said Block. “KenRick Golf belts keep your divot tool and ball marker always on the ready.”
KenRick Golf belts are made in the United States. Leather models are $95 and are available in three color options, sizes 24 to 50 inches. A crocodile-embossed leather model is $110. Customizable web belt designs will be available at the end of August. KenRick Golf belts are available online at www.kenrickgolf.com, on www.amazon.com and at select pro shops.
Visit KenRick Golf, Booth 1032, at the PGA Expo, August 15-17, 2016, in Las Vegas, Nev.
For more information, call toll free 1-(844)-682-7070, visit kenrickgolf.com or follow them on Facebook at facebook.com/KenRickGolf/ or Twitter at twitter.com/kenrickgolf.