Golf News for Monday, February 11, 2013 | Products

Tin Cup introduces 'Gimme Choo' golf ball marking stencil design

FALLS CHURCH, Va. -- Tin Cup Products, LLC announces it has added Gimme Choo, a high-heeled stiletto shoe design to its award-winning collection of patented, Made in the USA golf ball marking stencils.

February's "Cup of the Month" and perfectly-timed for Valentine's Day, Gimme Choo ($19.95 each) is crafted from 100 percent stainless steel. It joins the expansive Tin Cup collection - including Kiss Me, Tracy's Tulip and other popular designs - that was named a top pick by Golf Digest and at the 2013 PGA Merchandise Show.

"As we all look to give special gifts on Valentine's Day, there's no better present to help a golfer display his or her unique personality on the course than Tin Cup," says company President Cabell Fooshe. "Gimme Choo, in particular, adds a dose of class and style to any ball, making it an excellent option for this holiday and many other occasions."

Available at hundreds of retailers nationwide and, Tin Cups boast a personalization process that takes just seconds. Players simply place the stencil over a ball and trace it using an ultra-fine point permanent marker.

The newly introduced Foursome Package ($95) features four Tin Cups, accompanying leather pouches, pens and clips, making it the perfect holiday gift for the regular golfing group.

More than 100 unique styles are available, including emblems from all four major military branches, visualization/game improvement marks and college logos. The company also offers an affordable customization program that's trusted by well-known corporations, charities, media outlets, celebrities and individuals.

For more information:, 888.984.6287.

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, placing the Tin Cup over a golf ball and tracing the design using an ultra-fine point permanent marker. In addition to more than 100 existing models, a 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 1,200 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.

Winner of "Best New Product" at the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show, it has been heralded by leading authorities worldwide, including CBS Sports, Cigar Aficionado, CNN, Forbes,, Globe & Mail, Golf Business, Golf Digest, GOLF Magazine, Good Housekeeping, Men's Journal, People Country,, TODAY Show, USA Today, Yahoo! and many others.

Jamie Brooks
Buffalo Communications