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Holiday gift-giving guide 2013: Tin Cup stencils land in airport PGA Tour Shops

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Just in time for holiday travel, Tin Cup Products is getting the word out that its line of patented ball marking stencils can be found at the more than 30 PGA Tour Shops in major airports across Canada and the U.S.

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An ideal stocking-stuffer that’s a snap for travellers to purchase and carry, Tin Cup stencils ($19.95 each) are crafted from 100% stainless steel. The award-winning line-up features more than 135 designs, including the newly released Holiday Collection.

The Tin Cup personalization process takes just a few seconds. Players simply place the stencil over a ball and trace the design onto the ball using an ultra-fine point permanent marker.

Some of the popular styles are Luck of the Irish, Bombs Away and The Stache.

One of the fastest-growing companies in golf, Tin Cup was named a top pick by Golf Digest and GOLF.com at the 2013 PGA Merchandise Show and earned SCOREGolf’s Surprise Product of the Year honour for 2012. At the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show, it was named Best New Product.

The company also offers an affordable customization program that’s been used by well-known corporations, charities, media outlets, celebrities and individuals.

For more details, visit www.tin-cup.com or call 1.888.984.6287.

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