Businesses print customised golf balls to use as a marketing tool to gain repeat customers. Golfers personalise balls in team play to determine whose ball it is. Friends and family members customise golf balls to capture the memories of special events. No matter what the purpose, a customised golf ball can make the perfect present or favour for the golfer in your life.
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Things you need
- Computer with internet connection
Go to the Golfballs.com website. (See References 1) Here you can add up to three lines of text to your golf balls. You can also create photo and logo balls by uploading your images to the website in the following file formats: JPEG, .JPG, .GIF and .BMP. (See References 1) The site allows you to choose from the fonts and colours they provide for text personalisation. Golfballs.com has a rush shipping option if you need your order sooner than what standard delivery offers. The approximate delivery dates are listed online. (See References 1)
Visit Golfun.net to order a golf ball stamp. (See References 2) Stamping provides a fast way you can custom print your golf balls while you are on the course in the event you need to mark your ball during team play. Standard text can be used as well as initials and logos. You can purchase the standard text via the site, but must call for logo stamps. (See References 2) This can be a great way to print your ball on the spot. You can also imprint balls that you already own this way versus the other sites where you have to purchase the balls at the same time of customisation.
Access the Golfsmith website. (See References 3) At this website you are given 4 colours and 3 lines of text to type. For most balls you personalise the font of Helvetica is already chosen. You can also upload your own images to this website to customise your golf balls. There are no set-up fees and you can upload the following file types: .eps, .ai, or .jpg. (See References 3)
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