Yardage Book Cover

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By Chris H

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  1. Chris H
    Colchester, CT

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    Any recommendations on custom yardage book covers? I have a nice one, but it’s too rigid and the leather is just too darn stiff. Thanks.

  2. Dale V
    Escondido, CA

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    Check out roseandfire.com
  3. Chuck Z
    Mt Pleasant, SC

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    Dale V said:

    Check out roseandfire.com

    Ditto
  4. Garrison M
    Hiddenite, NC

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    T.I.N Box Partners are the best on the market, in my opinion. Used by many Tour pros and college players, they offer the widest selection and complete customization. They are a little expensive, but are genuine leather. I am now a freshman in college and I've been using mine for 6 years. I think they are worth the price and there is nothing better
  5. Chris H
    Colchester, CT

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    These definitely look nice, how was it when you first got it? I have an Appalachian Leatherworks one, and after several years of abuse it still is rigid.
  6. Hendy
    Sterling Heights, MI

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    Iliac makes some nice ones. A little pricey though.
  7. Gary D
    Cranston, RI

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    Vokey website has a leather yardage book that looks nice, but a little pricey.
  8. Todd T
    San Diego, CA

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    If you want an exotic skin, hit up Jacob Hill or Patrick Gibbons..
  9. Chris H
    Colchester, CT

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    Those are nice, maybe a bit more that my 9 & 11 yr old daughters want to spend on dear ol Dad.
  10. Chris H
    Colchester, CT

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    Thanks all....TIN box looks promising.

    I don’t think my kids want to spend that much allowance on me for a Patrick Gibbons or Jacob Hill.
  11. Dwayne N
    Island, KY

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    I picked up a nice one on the vokey website and didn't have to break the bank
  12. Ronanraff
    Waringstown, 0

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    The Titleist Vokey one is good but a little large. Iliac are great but you need to rob a bank. Tin Box look super and the one I use is from Ace of Clubs which is not bad but more functional.
  13. Ronanraff
    Waringstown, 0

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    No problem. Haven't been well so only back on the forum. Missed it!
  14. Rob R
    Chicago, IL

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    If you have not decided yet on a cover. Check out Sunfish Golf. They have premade and you can design a custom cover.

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