This Divot tool patented #4627621 by John R. Tate of Los Alamitos, CA in 1986. This example was produced by Golf Design for the Stonehenge Country Club and is a Stonehenge collectable in name only.
The Patent abstract reads: A golf accessory is provided which serves both as a divot tool and as a clip. The clip can be used as a means of attachment of the accessory to the belt, cap, shoe or golf bag of a golfer. Alternatively, the clip can be used as a money clip. The accessory includes a looped return behind a disk-shaped body which defines a saddle, facing concave upwardly, and a concave dish. The dish is configured as a spherical segment having a radius equal to the radius of a golf ball, and can be used to check golf balls to detect departures from an ideal perfectly spherical configuration. The disk has a pair of legs which perform the function of a divot repair tool, and which also allow the accessory to be used as a stand to support the grip of a golf club above grass. The configuration of the saddle conforms to the circular arcuate configuration of the face of a golf club and is used to check golf club faces for defects.