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HOLE CUTTERS & ACCESSORIES EDGESAVER


Prevent Cup Collapse with this easy fix


Remove golf balls from the cup without damaging the hole. It attaches to any Par Aide flagstick and nests perfectly into the grooves of the ferrule.


PA1725 Pkg of 10 $75.00 Cup Auger Cup Puller


Features a long steel plated rod and rubber handle for maximum leverage and comfort. Three hook design easily pulls cup straight out of hole, with no damage to turf. PA1032


$21.00


Best way to achieve consistent cup depth. Insert the Cup Auger and turn until collar rests on turf. Remove Auger and reuse re move soil.


MI655661 $179.00


Cup Setter


Cast aluminum with powdercoated white finish. Sets cup 11


/8 ” below surface of the green. This


ensures your cup is set the minimum USGA requirement of ” in depth. PA1031


$47.00


Center Set Cup Setter


Help eliminate cracked and damaged edges of your cups. Will not scratch or mark painted cups. Center rod can be adjusted to accurately set cups a precise depth.


MI655622 $86.00


Hole Targets


• Make the hole more visible • Same visual effect as hole paint • Comes in sets of 18 MI651620 White $57.50


www.easypicker.com 800.641.4653


Hole Target Cup Setter


• Specifically designed to install US Golf Hole Targets when setting cups.


• Slip a target ring into the cup setter, install the cup as usual, give the cup setter a 1/4” turn and both cup and target are properly installed MI655626 $46.50


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