If you’re like most sports fans, you have many memorabilia and you don’t know what to do with it. If you’re an active golf player, you probably have tons of golf balls and no place to keep them. Owning a golf ball collector case will solve that little dilemma for you. Its the perfect way to display as well as preserve those precious memories of some of the best days on the course.
Golf ball collector cases are available in more shapes and sizes than one would imagine. They come in large cabinets with glass doors and shelves that hold any of your golf equipment that hold special memories. You can get the shelves custom made for the exact size you need.
For those that have limited space, there are small baseboard size golf ball collector cases that are beautiful to display anywhere in your home or office. They can be crafted out of the finest wood with glass for the front. Because of their compact size, they can be set up almost anywhere. Some have them on their desk or bookshelf while others hang them on the wall. These will usually hold around six golf balls. What a perfect place to keep those balls from that special tournament at Pebble Beach.
Another very eye-catching golf ball collector case is a small rectangular one the size of a shoebox. The difference is that it is made of all glass or perhaps Plexiglas to prevent breakage. This is exactly where you can keep the ball that Tiger Woods played with last year or the ones with his autograph. The small compact size makes it perfect anywhere.
Golf is a more popular sport than ever before so these golf ball collector cases are the perfect gift for a golfing friend or loved one. To see a collector case filled with special memories is something that they wont forget.
Some golfers have golfed for years and keep every ball they’ve ever used. For them, the large wall hanging golf ball collector cases work well. They don’t take up floor space, but many of them hold over 100 balls. The shelves are divided into different compartments. One compartment can hold the memories of your playing in specific games while another compartment can have autographed balls or other memorable balls. What about the first and only eagle you ever got? It deserves a space all its own. Engraving can also be done on each shelve to identify each memory that’s there. You can get just about any kind of golf ball collector case you could need. Theyre out there-its only a matter of finding what you want.