Not sure if Fall is really here yet, but the temps have finally dropped from the 90’s to the 70’s and the fair is in town, so it feels like Fall is just around the corner. In addition to still pounding through Antigua displays, here are a few more projects we’ve had around the shop this week…
First up is a ‘Mini-Monument’ for Westchester Country Club in New York. They host a PGA Tour event, and wanted a large monument that they could put plaques on with the winner’s names, etc. We’ve been discussing a large 6′ tall monument with them, and they wanted to see a scaled down version to see how it’s going to look. At this point, we may change up the colors a little bit, but other than that – here is a little 2′ tall version.
Next we built a set of tee markers for the golf team at Santa Clara University. Hopefully, we’ll get to do the rest of the West Coast Conference… :)
Here’s a mammoth entry sign for the new Rock Creek – Idaho course. It might look like one of our standard signs, but this has a 3″ tube post and the sign itself is 3’x3′.
We did a couple practice range clock signs for the Philadelphia section of the PGA:
And a couple different tournament awards. First we have another local charity hosting an event for the Gleason Project. They asked for an award plaque similar to what we did on the earlier trophies. Then San Luis Obispo asked for some replicas of their tournament tee markers that were slightly modified so that they could be mounted on a wooden trophy base that they were building. Great idea!
Have a great weekend!