Embedded in the back of the 360 ONLY Divot Tool is a super strong rare earth magnet that allows the divot tool to be attached to any metal surface, strongly and securely. In fact the magnet is so strong that it’s magnetic force permeates through the thickness of the divot tool material, allowing any metal ball marker (not just our red ball marker) to be attached to the top of the divot tool. When used with the 360 ONLY hat clip, the divot tool can be worn on the brim of a hat where the divot tool can be removed (one-handed) without taking the hat or hat clip off.
And if you think it is easy to remove, wait till you try to re-attach it. Just bring it into close proximity to the hat clip base (while wearing your hat) and let the magnet pull the divot tool onto the base. That audible click is all you need to hear to know your divot tool has "docked and locked" and you're ready to move on to the next hole!
The 360 ONLY Magnetic Divot Tool is not limited to the brim of a hat. The super-strong magnet embedded in the divot tool allows the divot tool to attach to any metal surface. This opens up additional uses:
For instance, on the head of an iron, wedge or putter. The magnet is sufficiently strong enough to hold the divot tool in place when not being used.
For instance, on any visable metal surface on a golf cart. The magnet is strong enough to hold the divot tool in place as you drive from hole to hole.
The 360 ONLY Magnetic Divot Tool is strong enough to stay attached during a normal day on the golf course; especially when teeing off, navigating 18 holes, or just relaxing at the club house. Even throwing your hat to the ground in a fit of frustration after incurring a penalty is safe. The holding power of the rare earth magnet embedded in the divot tool is substantial. In fact, it takes five pounds of pressure, known as the “pull force of a magnet”, to remove the divot tool (directly up and off) from the metal surface of the hat clip (Check out Strength Test Video # 2 as proof). Movement of the divot tool once attached to the hat clip is eliminated not just from the magnet but also the patent pending “dock and lock” design concept that provides additional holding power that minimizes accidental dislodgment resulting in loss of divot tool.