ZTech is a company which manufactures a wide variety of golf-related equipment and accessories: from club head covers to umbrellas to ball marking pens. The chances are good, if you can think of something, and it somehow pertains to golf, ZTech has one available for purchase at an inexpensive price.
This ZTech Pocket Tool comes with a small wharncliffe blade, divot repair tool, ball marker, club face/groove brush, and green repair tool. And, since the last thing you want mid-swing is a divot repair tool poking into your thigh, all the slip joint tools fold away into a handle shape and size which fits comfortably in your slacks pocket.
Even though it is cheaply made, this is what I would consider a serious golfer’s tool. For one thing, there is no bottle cap opener – a requirement for the golf tool that I carry in every round. But there you have it: I am a casual golfer, out on the course for the sunshine and a good time more than anything else. I am likely to carry the Victorinox Swiss Army Golf Tool, which has even more tools (including bottle cap opener) in an even slimmer size. But the Victorinox Golf Tool is significantly more expensive, which is the second reason this is a serious golfer’s tool. After spending hundred of dollars on top-performance clubs, frequent green fees, and name brand balls, why waste money on a golf tool which ultimately has no impact on your game?