What’s something you collect anytime you visit an extra special golf course?

Our followers sure pick up some great souvenirs from the extra special courses they’ve been lucky enough to visit. Like these pin flags from Twitter user @Ajaydavis11.

If you’re an average golfer playing an above-average golf course, you usually don’t walk away empty-handed. Whether that’s stopping by the pro shop or pocketing your scorecard, every golfer has their way of remembering where they’ve played.

Recently on @CaddieNetork Twitter, we asked our followers to share what they collect when visiting an extra special golf course. Here are our favorites responses. To follow – or add – to the thread, click here.

25. “I do the hat thing.” — @shanebacon

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22. “Memories.” –@JerryFoltzGC

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19. “Scorecard at every new course I play.” –@josh_petty91

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16. “Yardage book and course guide from every course that has them. If a special course, a shirt or cover.” –@MikeintheCouv

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13. “A logo ball from every golf course I have played. (Today more than 400).” –@xavierespotmiro

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11. “Strokes. I usually collect a lot of strokes.” –@Kygolfnews

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9. “Towel from Oakmont.  Acorns from Oak Hill.” –@dforczek

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7. “Some sort of headwear, visor usually.  When I get somewhere super nice like Pebble Beach or Pasatiempo I may get a divot tool or ball marker set.” –@MarkRuhe

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5. “Sand from a trap. Taken home, put in test tubes and framed in a shadow box. St Andrew’s, Pebble, Augusta National, Alkeria in Iceland, Pinehurst #2 and more!  And yes, Augusta is the whitest.” –@ecupruette

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3. “The answer is mixed. Headcover at Lahinch, towel at Dooks, print at Ballybunion, golf bag at Waterville… Enniscrone and Carne?  Became an international lifetime member.” –@The_Guapo

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