Tee markers are quick to get noticed and I know that I frown when I see a plastic ball or something that just doesn’t say that the superintendent was being thoughtful about the tee box. Through the years I’ve had the pleasure of talking to thousands of passionate superintendents and golf professional. They are the ones that make their course extra special and give more value to the members.
These tee markers (below) are a customer-led design from Cimarron Hills Golf & CC in Georgetown, Texas. Split tees can be so hard finding what to do with them on the tee box. Here’s what our customer thought of. Just a note, I think it’s so amazing that customers can pitch their own idea and get it made with us in our customer shop here. You just don’t get that everywhere, you know?!
Notice how these Indianapolis Colts tee markers are this awesome muted colors. This was done on purpose to make our 90% gloss powders muted like the customer wanted. This is a private course, so that’s all the details that I can give (:
Many courses are going away from identifying the tees with colors and are doing numbers and roman numerals. Well, numbers aren’t always easy to see and let’s be honest, not everyone knows their roman numerals (really, it comes up). So Jimmie Austin OU Golf Club decided to use 1 thru 4 of their leaf logo so it’d be easy to know where to tee off. GENIOUS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
We love Toscana Country Club and it was great doing the sales process thru text messaging! Yes, we will communicate however it works best for you. I love how their split tees look a nd their singles tees. This is such an elegant presenation.
We’ve done the tee markers for several of the Desert Mountain courses, but the Seven Course stands apart with their tee markers being this angled flag. They’re doing number system as well, but with their own unique spin. Love it!!