Think past the plastic ball tee markers or the branded driftwood, and explore custom tee markers made out of durable aluminum that are given a beautiful powder coat finish. The RHI crew can build logo tee markers as simple or intricate as you need, and hit almost any budget. 1. North Fork 2. Olde Barnstable 3. Waccabuc
RHI’s in-ground yardage plates are built custom with your color/design choices. We build them with welded stakes that go into the ground deep enough that lawn mowers can go over these safely. 1. Hidden Valley. 2. Crane Creek.
For the driving range, we have Wachesaw’s bag stands that have smooth round tube. These are one of the easiest-to-move bag stands (I liked that while moving them around for photos) that we make, and are just beautiful in the copper-vein textured finish. Then we have Sahalee’s teaching signs for their practice area.
Next, is a golf course directional sign for Desert Canyon and putting green flagsticks for Sahalee.
For tournament prize ideas, check out the below golf trophies that we built this week. 1. Toscana’s re-order of the Toscana Cup. 2. Union League’s 3 layer elephant. This is a good example of how 3D doesn’t have to be from casted molds that cost way too much. We used 3 layers of metal to give this elephant a dimensional look at an unbeatable price. It’s hard to tell in a photo, but up-close you’ll see the thickness and how it appears to be walking on the trophy base.
Lastly, the RHI crew made whisky barrel awards for Almaden’s champions and small half-barrel awards for their flight winners.