Hi, everyone. No matter how much more time is left in your season, there’s still time to ‘wow’ your members.
First on the blog, are the bag stands that we did for Wolf Creek.
Next, are Riverside’s club cleaning stations. These units have handles on either side so that you can attach your own brush onto for the cleanest experience. Inside the stations are grates to help with the cleaning process.
To help with pace of play, we made these driving range clocks for Rolling Hills, Stone Briar & The Cliffs.
Need a place for your putters? Here’s a twisted metal putter stand with logo.
Signs that will look good on your course:
For signs, let’s start with Rockwind’s directional signs. Here’s just a couple of the sign package that we did.
Rockwind also did “Yardage to the Pins” signs that they’ll be mounting to boulders.
Then there’s The Cliffs par 3 tree. These have been a good seller in the last year.
We also made Spring Hill College’s in-ground yardage plates that we used their school colors for the color scheme.
Let’s end today’s blog with tee markers. We love working on tee marker projects because they’re different every time. What do you want your players to tee off next to?
Below are tee markers for The Albany, NCAC, Stanwich, & the monkeys are for a private tournament.
Lastly, the first set for Plantation CC is done, then there’s tee markers for Minnewaska Golf Club and Camp Courant.