Title:
Repair fork "easey twist"
Kind Code:
A1


Abstract:
A utility golf repairdivitfork@ball marker combo was invented with the handycap in mind.

Most golf greens are very hard making it hard to make repairs. the easeytwist makes it easeyer to make repairs, by making a quarter turn twisting motion all around divit mark with four tines at the end of FIG. 1. At the other end of FIG. 1. is a marker slot to hold marker with the adjustment screw as shown in FIG. 2. Most markers are lost out of pocket, but not when attached to FIG. 1.




Inventors:
Jaffe, James Arthur (La Mesa, CA, US)
Application Number:
11/517355
Publication Date:
09/11/2008
Filing Date:
01/26/2007
Primary Class:
Other Classes:
473/408
International Classes:
A63B57/00
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Primary Examiner:
WONG, STEVEN B
Attorney, Agent or Firm:
JAMES A. JAFFE (LA MESA, CA, US)
Claims:
1. I claim a new consept and stlye of divit repair fork and ball marker combo. as shown in descriptions.

Description:

This Invention consists of one handle and [4] tines with ball marker compartment.

Handle is made of aluminum with stainless steel tines. 180 dig edges on handle, Makes for more comfort. The handle is ¼″ thick making it easier to grip. The woman just love it. Making repairs with the easey twist is like a hot knife through butter. No green to hard. The ball marker located at other end of handle makes it easey to find and less likely to lose your marker. The adjustment screw keeps marker in place. This tool is the only fork that makes invisible divit repairs, green keepers love it also. You can make perfict repairs with just a little practis.

This Invention consists of one handle and four [4] Tines. Aluminum handle with stainless steel tines. Handle has 180 dig radius on handle edges, This makes a more comfortable grip; Ladies love it. This invention was made with tines for easy twisting, with the handy cap in mind. There isn't any green to hard for the easy twist, You can make invisible repairs with just a little practice. stainless steel tines and alum. handle makes for no rust or corrosion, no MAINTENANCE. The only fork on the market today making invisible repairs with ease. On the other end of handle, we have a ball marker slot with a spring loaded adjustment screw as per diagram.

FIG. 1 There are four [4] tines, A4 and A5 are imbedded into [FIG. 1] ¼″ inside of handle and ¼″ outside of handle. A6 and A7 has ¾″ inside of handle and ¾″ outside of handle as per sketch [FIG. 1].

End view of FIG. 1 . . . shows distence from edge of forkhandle to first tine 1/16″ to A 4 tine. from A 4 to A 6 tine is ⅛″ A 6 to A 7 ¼″. A7 to A5 ¼. A3 to A4 ¼″.

This Invention consists of one handle and four [4] Tines Aluminum handle with stainless steel tines. Handle has 180 dig radius on handle edges, This makes a more comfortible grip; Ladies love it. This invention was made with tines for easey twisting, with the handy cap in mind. There isn't any green to hard for the easey twist, You can make invisible repairs with just a little practis. stainless steel tines and alum. handle makes for no rust or corrosion, no MAINTENANCE. The only fork on the market today making invisable repairs with ease. On the other end of handle, we have a ball marker slot with a spring loaded adjustment screw as per diagram.

FIG. 2 side view shows FIG. 1 and FIG. 3 locations of screw and screw holder on back of FIG. 1.

FIG. 3 shows the back of FIG. 1 and showes b1 spring loaded ball screw ¼″ long that fits in A 3 screw holder a ¼″ hole drilled and threaded through both (see) FIG. 3 and FIG. A3. this screw adjust to firmness of ball marker (see) A 1 slot.

FIG. 4 The adjustment screw has one inner spring and one ball bearing. This screw holds ball maker in place. B 2 holder for finger grip and adjustment screw. This grip makes easey repairs for handycaped.

DESCRIPTION

FIG. 1. front view of handle-tines and marker slot.

FIG. 2. side view of FIG. 1. and finger grip with adjustment screw.

FIG. 3. back view of FIG. 1. with face view of B 1. and B 2.

FIG. 4. top view of FIG. 1. showing ball marker slot.

FIG. 5. bottom view of FIG. 1. showing view of tines.