Personalized Text and New Colors Available Free of Charge on Most Brands
(LAFAYETTE, LA) – Golfballs.com – the world leader in golf customization – has updated its popular AlignXL technology, as the 180° ball alignment aid designed to help players of all levels sink more putts now features personalized text printed within the directional line, in a variety of new colors.
A free option on most brands, AlignXL can be printed on any model from every major golf ball manufacturer. The durable alignment aid replaces the need to use messy markers that wear out quickly and are difficult to apply. The company leveraged their 20+ years of customization expertise with the demands of all players to create an alignment aid that helps golfers play better while providing a unique personal touch.
“We created AlignXL because we saw so many TOUR caliber players using felt pens to draw lines on their golf balls and knew there had to be a better solution,” says Tom Cox, CEO of Golfballs.com. “And now, we’ve added customization inside the line, so players can personalize with their name, a mantra or anything they chose inside their alignment aid.”
Over the past two decades, Golfballs.com has grown into the industry’s leading provider of custom golf balls and gear. The company produces nearly 100,000 personalized golf balls each week and a variety of other customized products including tees, ball markers, embroidered golf hats, and shirts. Full details on all available options can be found at Golfballs.com.
With golf season upon us, Golfballs.com offers numerous personalization options on golf products from top brands such as Titleist, Bridgestone, TaylorMade, Callaway, Srixon, and more. In addition to the AlignXL aid, golfers can customize products with personal photos, monogrammed designs, text, and the ID-Align game improvement option.
“Five years from now, we will look back and grin that the best golfers in the world were using markers to draw lines on their ball. There is a better way to do this and that better way is AlignXL,” concluded Cox.