A little, level article used to check the position of a golf ball when the ball is lifted on the
putting green. The ball marker - which ought to be something about the measure
of a little coin - is place straightforwardly behind the golf ball before the ball is lifted.
The ball is then supplanted specifically before the ball marker, on its unique spot.
As noted, little coins are presumably the most well known article to use as a ball marker, albeit numerous golfers likewise utilize things particularly made for this reason and that may convey a golf organization logo or the name of a most loved course.
At the point when on the green, the ball may be gotten to be cleaned or in the event that it is impeding an adversary's putting line; there are sure different circumstances in which a ball may be lifted. In these cases, the ball's position should first checked utilizing a ball marker; this is commonly a round, level bit of metal or plastic that is differentiable from others being used. Ball markers are frequently coordinated into different frill, for example, divot apparatuses, scorekeeping instruments or tee holders, and without a reason made marker, a little coin, for example, a penny is worthy.