We can personalize, change colors, make any shape or size flag you may need. Feel to use one of the designs below for a miniature flag, boat flag, garden flag, table banner or any of our printed products. The possibilities are endless! Just give us a call at 800-958-3009 to make this flag, one of a kind. We'd love to hear from you!
Custom Golf Pin Flags are a great way to celebrate one of the greatest games ever played. As a flag manufacturer, we at NorthStar take great pride in our flags and the craftsmanship that go into them. Each is sewn or printed with the customer in mind. We use only the highest quality materials and the finest thread on the market today resulting in the sturdiest custom golf flags and custom pin flags around!
Feel free to customize any design below. Made with the same quality and attention to detail as any of our custom
printed products, your sure to make the impression you desire. Want to change the color of the background? Add a
number in the corner? Place a name on the flag? No problem! Just give us a call at 800-958-3009 to place an order and we'll be happy to help!
Collecting Golf Flags
Golf flags are becoming more and more popular collectible items for golf fans all over the world.Collectors would usually collect golf balls and score cards from the famous golf courses.The quest for a rarer and more interesting items to collect led them to stock up on golf flags that were actually used in these courses.Some golf courses sell custom made golf flags
in their souvenir shops but these do not hold much interest to the collectors because anyone can purchase these from the shop.They prefer those which are considered as hard to finds by reason of actual usage during one of the tournaments held there.
So how do these collectors determine which golf flags are more valuable considering that there are thousands of golf courses all over the country?The Golf Digest, a magazine about golf, ranks the top 100 golf courses and from there the collectors determine from which golf courses should they obtain their flags.There are also golf courses that are not listed in the Golf Digest but are the same time as popular by reason of the course designer.And lastly, collectors clamor for flags that are very difficult to obtain because there are a lot of people who are also after it.Golf Flags and the Course
The rise of golf as a major sports event has been unprecedented as evidenced by the tournaments that schedules always overlap weekly worldwide. Almost all major areas have a golf course or two, from Houston to San Francisco, to Japan and Thailand and even Dubai. And depending on the gravity of the tournaments, major golfers around the world congregate bringing with them media mileage and economic rewards to the sponsors.
Early records reveal that the first golf played was recorded in Scotland around the middle of the 15th century. From then on, it rose as a major sports for the elite or the rich since they were the one’s with the capacity to pay the caddy, the golf course, the special golf balls and all other membership fees sanctioned by golfers associations. Besides the equipment, particularly the different kinds of clubs used in the event are so expensive and beyond the reach of the average inhabitant.
Still, golf being an elite sport have gained tremendous popularity especially among ordinary folks who frequent the golf courses during tournaments. They walk in droves together with the golfers for every hole that is being played. The more popular the golfer is, the likes of Tiger Woods, Fred Couples and the rest the more enthusiasts are expected on the courses. Besides, any major tournament is broadcast live on televisions making its audience share soar.
It is probably on this premise that sponsors flock to golf courses, bringing with them different types and sizes of golf flags, of course with the invitation from tournament sponsors. Your company is not only visible to the spectators but has a much wider range from those enthusiasts watching the game unfold on their televisions. So, golf flags
are well designed, particularly those made by NorthStar Flags, the leader in this field of endeavor.