I’ve never been a money clip kind of guy, but was given this and now use it everyday. It’s two sided design is perfect for cash, ID, credit cards, and anything else I need to throw in there. I turn both my cash and credit cards sideways and it goes in my pocket and is only the size of my credit cards this way. I don’t see myself using anything else in the near future.
Here’s another great unsolicited user review from the Golf Discussions forum!
SUMI-G is an up and coming company. Their design team hit one out of the park with their first product line. I can only imagine the Simple, Unique, Mesmerizing, Ingenious – Golf accessories in the future will be even better.
Our favorite new product line, hands down, was from Sumi-G. This hot new accessories maker had the most innovative line we’ve seen in fifteen years in the golf business. Every product is unique, useful, beautifully designed and well-made, the result of years of testing and multiple rejected prototypes.
While Sumi-G’s prices are quite high, these products aren’t just beautiful and functional, but also designed to last. They’re well worth the premium. One example is a stainless steel club-cleaning brush that slides on to any golf towel – and stays there. If that doesn’t sound impressive, it’s because you didn’t see the quality of the brush, nor did you shake, drop and throw the towel across the booth without budging the brush. (To use the brush, you simply grab and slide it down the towel. It comes off easily when you want to remove it; it just won’t happen accidentally.)
Another of our favorite products is the snap-on head cover that easily fits the largest driver. This is so well-designed, you can take it off and put it back on without using your hands, or even bending over, while the cover is lying on the ground – but again, it will not come off accidentally. If, like me, you lose at least a couple of head covers a year, it’s well worth a $40 – $50 investment for one that’s virtually un-loseable. (That’s at retail, not our tournament pricing.)
Sumi-G also makes gorgeous shoe bags, travel bags, belts, and more. The entire line is simply extraordinary – and they even have several pre-packaged tournament player gift sets. We’re delighted to add this brand to our product offerings.
So I was looking at scorecard holders to help carry my log. I wanted something flexible but of good quality. I was picking between the Sumi-G and the TPK but since the Sumi-G was the only one that had been reviewed. I liked what I saw, the price was good ($57 @ intheholegolf), So I went for it. I have to say, as a leather junkie, I was VERY pleased with this holder.
THe Sumi-G wasn’t as bulky as I thought but the leather is very supple and flexible.The outer shell feels smooth but very rich and the inner suede is just as nice and the red makes it even better. It has one large pocket on the top, a pencil holder, and then a band and a slot for the scorecard/yardage map (see pic)
I used it for my first round today and I was VERY useful. It fits in the pocket perfectly (see pic), it’s about 7×4.5, easy to put in and out, and is barely noticeable when I’m riding. It made my round much more productive knowing the details of my shot.