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Probably a rather simple or ignorant question but anyway what do your clubs in cold areas use? Pens freeze up and pencils always seem to need sharpening. Anyone ever use carpenters pencils?
 

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Dave... A #2 pencil, with eraser, is the best tool for keeping scores. A carpenters pencil is too cumbersome, difficult to use, and hard to sharpen, for the average score keeper. Using a carpenters pencil, try to change a lost target to a hit and still be able to initial it in the box. Can't be done. A pen is useless, under any circumstance. In the rain, a #2 pencil on shielded waterproof score sheets is the only answer.... Just my observations... Dan Thome (Trap2)
 

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In the rain we use black China markers on clear plastic laminated score sheets.
A spray of window cleaner gets them clean with a paper towel.


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Try the black Lumber crayon with the string you pull back to get a new tip.

But we do use #2 lead. The crayon is for wet weather.

HM
 
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