We’ve been swamped for the last couple months, and I realized I haven’t posted any pictures in quite a while – so, here’s a few of things we’ve been working on… First off is some really cool tee markers we did for Brian Griffiths Golf Academy in the Netherlands.
We did a giant pile of range spacers for Des Moines Golf Club:
The Gallery has been keeping us busy here is a bunch of different items for them.
First up were some award plaques and a perpetual plaque for thier Member-Member tournament called The Compadre.
Then some custom signage for around the resort. A sign for the 9th tee to call in food to pick up at the turn, and another set of signs that go in front of their guest cottages where they can drop in a sign with the guest’s name, and a set of easels where they can put posters, signs, etc.
Some custom signs for Hayden Lake and Larel Creek. Laurel Creek has assigned parking spaces for their Men and Women’s Club Champions…
Hidden Valley asked for a couple different big sizes of their logo to mount on walls around the property. The big one is about 6′ wide, and the small one is 4′.
Some more awards. I posted the renderings for these in the previous post, here is the finished product for Osage National and Seaview…
There were some more custom course signage for Manito. They wanted signs for the Par 3’s where they could post the days’ yardages. What a great way to speed up play! We also did a pro shop sign and some proximity markers for Whitemarsh.
A really nice lady (and apparently a great wife!) called us to inquire about custom accessories that she could buy to give her husband as a Valentine’s Day present. Apparently he has a simulator setup in his garage, and she wanted some gear to help deck the place out. Here’s a custom sign, a range ball box, and a small table for him to set his laptop on. Happy Valentine’s Day, indeed!
Finally, our friend Kathy Jensen asked us to help create a unique piece that she could use for demonstrations at a trade show and awards presentation. We created this custom treasure chest. The interior is leather lined, and in the lid we mounted a digital screen that can display pictures and videos. This one was a lot of fun to build!
Let us know if we can help with anything to get ready for Spring!