Traditional divot tools have two metal prongs that are folded back into the casing for safety when not in use. The prongs are inserted into the grass at the edge of the divot, and then the grass is carefully stretched back to close the gap. This technique ensures that there is no damage caused to the grass roots. The problem with this is that not everyone uses the right technique, and this might lead to further repair work. The solution to this problem has been provided by Pitchfix, with a new design of divot tool, the Twister. The Twister divot tool has three pins, and to repair a divot the pins are poked in and out of the mark a few times. This action works to lift the grass without affecting the roots. The Twister is a fun addition to any divot tool display case. It comes in a choice of modern colours, and it can be personalised with a message, brand or logo. Any golfer who collects divot tools would be happy to have a Twister in their collection.