By vurich

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  1. vurich

    First Tee Box

    There are so many options. What type of tee(s) do you use?

  2. I really like getting overruns. You end up getting really cool companies and logos on them.
  3. Alex said:

    I really like getting overruns. You end up getting really cool companies and logos on them.

    Me too.

    Don't you hate it when you order a bag of 250 overruns and they're all misprints of the exact same company logo?

    I like it when you get like dozens of different random logos and stuff on there. You can reach in your pocket and say, "Hmmm, looks like I'm teeing off with Tony's Pizza and Grinders on this hole" and wait to find out if ol' Tony has some good mojo for you today.
  4. Omg luckily that's never happened. That would of really put me off buying them.

    Tee it up!
  5. What’s the best tee to use and where to buy them?
  6. White Wood Tees
  7. Eric H

    Eric H
    Ridgway, PA

    I like to snag a few from some of the places i end up playing each year, but what i have in my bag is your standard frown wooden tee. the basics!
  8. Tyler H

    Tyler H
    Appleton, WI

    I'm partial to the Team Titleist tees.

  9. Todd T

    Todd T
    San Diego, CA

    Western Birch
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  10. larry m

    larry m
    columbiana, OH

    I would definitely pick those up
  11. Mark J

    Mark J
    Charlotte, NC

    Todd T said:

    Western Birch
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    Same. Western Birch "The Big T" colorway
  12. Madhatter

    Uplawmoor, East Renfrewshire, Scotland

    White Wooden

  13. Jerry M

    Jerry M
    Dallas, TX

    White or Birch wooden tees.

    No plastic tees for me. Superintendents don't like them. It dulls the cutting blades on mowers.


    I use Pride PRO Evolve 4 prong tees with driver and 3/5 woods, for hybrid & irons any old broken tee will do. Madgolfer hitemstraight....
  15. JAYW3


    White Wooden
  16. Darron K

    Darron K
    Fate, TX

    I use a bugle tee for my driver. Other than that I use natural wood tees (not colored) as the OCD in me dislikes the color transfer to the sole of my clubs.
  17. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    I have mostly been using the Zero Friction brand. I like the three prong head as it seems to allow the ball to launch a bit more freely. I started a collection since I find so many different and unusual ones on the course. Built a display for some of them.
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  18. Derek C

    Derek C
    Northern KY

    Cool set up Dale. I enjoy reading your posts. Pretty creative display you’ve created.
  19. Frank P

    Frank P
    Port St. Lucie, FL

    The club has 2 3/4 birch tees. The club has them on the first tee on each course next to the scorecards and pencils, so you just grab a handful before you go.
  20. larry m

    larry m
    columbiana, OH

  21. Andrew C

    Andrew C
    Fleming Island, FL

    My club has some neon green wood tees.
    Since I know the cart guys they allow me to grab hand fulls out of the barn whenever I show up. I hate using any other tee now for some reason.
  22. Matthew S

    Matthew S

    I like white, wood tees. I do like the styles at On par 3's I look around for a broken one to use.
  23. white wood tees all day
  24. Nerno

    Canton, MA

    2 3/4 inch wood tees. They HAVE to be red though.
  25. Keith M

    Keith M
    Acworth, GA

    Nerno said:

    2 3/4 inch wood tees. They HAVE to be red though.

    Same. Apparently I'm not the only one.
  26. Jerry M

    Jerry M
    Dallas, TX

    Dale....Very cool display of your tees!!
  27. Dale V

    Dale V
    Escondido, CA

    Thanks Jerry. I started picking them up on the course and were finding so many strange or unusual ones I thought it would be nice to display them. I have a jar with more and so I rotate them around. Not enough room to build a bigger display.
  28. Captain Hook

    Captain Hook
    Winder, GA

    White wood tees.
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