When a golf ball lands on the green with any substantial velocity, it causes an indentation in the putting surface known as a ball mark. In order to keep our greens in the best possible condition, it is necessary for all golfers to repair their ball marks, and hopefully a few others. There is a correct way and an incorrect way to repair a ball mark. Repairing a ball mark incorrectly can actually cause even further damage and take longer for the ball mark to heal.
We have ball mark repair tools available in the Golf Shop. We have several types for sale, as well as one that is complimentary.
Click on the video below to see "How to repair a ball mark".