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6 years 2 months ago #88897


toddvw's Avatar

I like Evo tees
6 years 2 months ago #88864


jmcelroy's Avatar

Aloha Bruce wrote:
Martini tees
You use those? awesome. how do they work for you?
6 years 2 months ago #88860

Aloha Bruce

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Martini tees
6 years 2 months ago #88779


swells2020's Avatar

Zero friction mixed color. One container will last me a whole year.
6 years 2 months ago #88385


aepfeiffer's Avatar

Horse1 AKA The GolFather wrote:
biggjonvic wrote:
aepfeiffer wrote:
biggjonvic wrote:
For the past few year I been playing a tee called the TurboTEE. I really liked it because I felt the ball was hovering on the tee. Also, I never lost the tee because the tee remained in the ground. After you hit your shot the tee just turned out of the way. I was sent some samples of the Pride Tees and I like those and will be trying them this year :)

Here is a pic of that turboTEE it was always a topic of discussion as I teed up the ball.


That is pretty exotic and neat looking, Id say the only issue I might have is that looks like it is impossible to tee down to a shorter height if needed!

Yea that was the only negative was I could not adjust it lower, they do make tees for woods, and irons as well. Very durable. But I am looking forward to trying the pride tees.

Pride tees !!!!!!! :woohoo:

Tell him Horse, he should be using Pride Tees instead!!
6 years 2 months ago #88382


Jrblack17's Avatar

I tried the turbotees, They were very interesting, but IIRC they are not USGA approved?