Yes, your golf ball will be easily identifiable when stamped up. Our vibrant blue, red, green and charcoal grey inks stand out on white golf balls. We recommend that you stamp your golf ball at least once or twice on either side of the ball. Stamping a few times also allows for easy identification from afar, but remember, the amount of stamps and the final look is completely up to you!
That’s My Ball Golf Ball ID stamps are super easy to use. We have put together a 60 second ‘How to Use video’ so take a moment to check it out. Follow the instructions, practice on some old balls and you’ll be on your way to becoming an expert in no time!
The ink used is extremely durable. It’s waterproof and fast drying (ready to play in less than 15 seconds). It also has superior durability to that of most permanent marker pens. Different brands of golf balls and playing conditions will affect the stamp differently so have a reasonable expectation of general wear and tear. With correct application, you should still be able to clearly identify your golf ball at the end of an 18 hole round.
No you don’t. Your stamp comes inked and ready for immediate use. You may, however, choose to purchase a spare ink vial now and store for later use. We do not recommend mixing ink colours ie a drying blue pad should be revived with blue ink, a drying red pad with red ink etc.
See the optional extras below for Gift Pack and extra Ink Vials (discounted with purchase). See Gift Pack Details
$26.95 A fantastic gift or tournament prize idea for $26.95 with any That’s My Ball ID Stamp selection (designs, letters and zodiacs). Includes 2 good quality golf balls presented in a clear gift box with ribbon.
To purchase, select Gift Pack Upgrade when adding the selected stamp to your shopping cart.
We are taking a short break!
You can still browse and place an online order but delivery will not be arranged until Oct 30th.
If you need your Golf ID Stamp before then, please see the list of Retail Stockists and check out the design selection in your nearest store.