Golf Course Signage is something that every course needs, but how you do it is what’s important. Having mismatched signs is an easy way to undermine your presentation. It’s best to have all the colors, design and logos as consistent as possible. It’s what’s expected from private country clubs, but it doesn’t have to break the bank/budget.
We made several signs for The Northwood Club in Dallas, Texas, but here’s a look at a few. Notice how they stick with the same white on all of their signs, and then most of the signs have their logo on it in copper vein (their main color on their driving range). So that the sign isn’t text heavy, it’s sometimes a good idea to use only the icon part of your logo.
Here’s A-frame Directional Signs for Troon CC and Legacy Ridge CC.
We made A-frame yardage signs for Mayacama in California as part of their range project (more pictures will be posted soon).
Isleworth chose to make their Ball Drop Sign consistent with their tee marker presentation. It looks classy and what you would expect at Isleworth Golf & Country Club.
Driving range clocks are also important to tie in with the rest of the signs and driving range colors/presenation.
Then there’s the yardage posts that we made for Roaring Forks CC and tee sign for Southern Dunes CC.
A logo isn’t always needed like in the case of Rolling Hills CC (CALIFORNIA) ‘back nine closed’ sign and Ko Olina Golf Club’s cart directional signs.
That’s all for today on golf course signs. Thanks for reading our blog!!!