Golf News for Thursday, October 4, 2012 | Products

Tin Cup introduces 'Hocus Pocus' golf ball marking stencil

FALLS CHURCH, Va. -- Tin Cup Products, LLC announces that Hocus Pocus, a festive illustration of a witch in flight on her broomstick, is the latest "Cup of the Month" added to its rapidly expanding collection of patented, Made in the USA golf ball marking stencils.

Made from 100 percent stainless steel, Hocus Pocus was aptly named by a poll of the company's Facebook community. Inspired by the upcoming Halloween season and classic movies set in the mystical land of Oz, it joins the more than 100 award-winning styles ($19.95 each) available at

"It's fantastic to have an engaged group of customers and fans that actively take part in our design and naming process," says Cabell Fooshe, Vice President of Tin Cup. "Hocus Pocus really brings Halloween to life and we anticipate it will quickly become a top seller for individuals, outings, events and more."

Since being named "Best New Product" at the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show, Tin Cup has grown rapidly. Its personalization process takes just seconds, as players place the stencil over a ball and trace it using an ultra fine point permanent Sharpie.

The Tin Cup collection includes emblems from all four major military branches as well as visualization/game improvement marks. Complementing popular styles, like Luck of the Irish, Five O'Clock Somewhere and Jolly Roger, is an affordable customization program used by well-known corporations, charities, media outlets, celebrities and individuals.

For more information:, 888.984.6287.

Trick or treat? Some Hocus Pocus is brewing at @TinCupMarker with its October Cup of the Month:

About Tin Cup Products, LLC
Tin Cup's patented golf ball marking stencils are crafted from 100 percent stainless steel and Made in the USA. The entire personalization process takes just seconds, as players simply place the Tin Cup of their choice over a golf ball and trace the design using an ultra fine point permanent Sharpie.

In addition to more than 100 existing models, Tin Cup introduces new stencils monthly. Its customization program provides low minimums, affordable pricing and prompt delivery for corporations, charities, media outlets, celebrities, events and others seeking a distinctive gift.

Tin Cup stencils are currently sold at more than 1,000 retail locations worldwide, including PGA Superstore, Edwin Watts, Roger Dunn and Golfsmith, as well as elite clubs and resorts like Baltusrol, Bandon Dunes, Congressional, Kingsmill, Medinah, Reynolds Plantation, The Boulders, Torrey Pines, Wailea and Sea Island. The company also has distribution in Canada, the UK and Japan.

Jamie Brooks
Buffalo Communications