Here’s what we’ve been up to lately with tee markers.
The 1st photo that we’re sharing are tournament tee markers for a private event called the ‘Double Eagle’. Didn’t it turn out nice?!
One of our most popular styles is the 1-layer tee marker with a stake. We did this for Omni Barton Creek and Yocha Dehe.
For Baton Rogue Country Club, we attached a border on both sides to indicate the tee color. The tee color is easy to see from the cart path, but doesn’t scream at you.
We’re a custom shop, so we flexed our fabricating skills with the tee markers for Encanterra. Isn’t this a cool design?
This is the tournament tee marker that we did for the Women’s Golf at Stanford University.
Below is a number tee marker that we made for Bobby Jones Golf Course. Clean & simple.
Last but not least, are the tee markers that we made for Calabasas Country Club. If you’re noticing that this isn’t their logo, we have an easy answer; Calabasas is a Spanish word for ‘pumpkin’ . Logos are great, but this is fun and unique to their club. Since the markers are 1 layer, they are easy to take care of, too.
When investing in new tee markers, it’s important to think about:
- What will the maintenance be like? A: We offer exact-match touch up paint that you can spray onto a scratch and voila, it’s done!! You can also send the tee markers back for refurbishing during your off season (having extra sets is helpful, too).
- Will they last? A: Since we use durable metal, our tee markers should last the next 7-10 with normal wear and tear like a golfer accidentally stepping on it.. Aluminum works great for all courses, but it’s especially important to our coastal clients.
- Is the marker unique to our brand? A: Our design team will talk you with you about design ideas. Scrolling through our tee marker gallery, you can tell that anything is possible..
- Does it fit in the budget? A: We can design within most budgets and save you $$.