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Re:Golf tees 6 years 3 months ago #87942

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JREcklund03 wrote:
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bigdawg_89 wrote:
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I get the Nike plastic tees. There are lots of good stuff from zero friction in the plastic/less resistance area as well.

could you link those for me?
here are the Nikes I get. They last forever and are work well for me. www.golfsmith.com/product/30095054/nike-...ution-tees-35-count-
And here are selections of Zero Friction tees www.golfsmith.com/search?Ntt=zero+friction

Do you know/remember any changes with the zero friction vs wood tees you experienced?
eh any changes are very small to the eye or to notice on the course. There may be fractions of a difference on paper. But I just like plastic tees/low restriction tees.
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Golf tees 6 years 3 months ago #87943

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mark_p8523 wrote:
what are the best kind of golf tees that are available in stores? the wooden ones are getting old and dont last.

Pride Sports Evolution Tees, they are plastic and literally take forever to break, I have played 10+ rounds with just 1 tee! You can get them in 2 3/4" and 3 1/4", used to be able to get them in like 1 1/2" for par 3 short tees too!
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Irons: Cobra Bio Cell + 3-GW
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Ball: Srixon Z-Star
Grips: Black Widow - Tour Silk II
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Re:Golf tees 6 years 3 months ago #87944

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jmcelroy wrote:
JREcklund03 wrote:
jmcelroy wrote:
bigdawg_89 wrote:
jmcelroy wrote:
I get the Nike plastic tees. There are lots of good stuff from zero friction in the plastic/less resistance area as well.

could you link those for me?
here are the Nikes I get. They last forever and are work well for me. www.golfsmith.com/product/30095054/nike-...ution-tees-35-count-
And here are selections of Zero Friction tees www.golfsmith.com/search?Ntt=zero+friction

Do you know/remember any changes with the zero friction vs wood tees you experienced?
eh any changes are very small to the eye or to notice on the course. There may be fractions of a difference on paper. But I just like plastic tees/low restriction tees.

Those Nike tees that Bossman linked are Pride Sports Evolution Tees that are made for Nike with their logo on them! Pride Sports tees are the #1 Tee used on Tour!!

www.pridegolftee.com/index.php?s=pts
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Hybrid: Callaway X2Hot Pro 18*
Irons: Cobra Bio Cell + 3-GW
Wedges: Cleveland RTX 2.0 60*
Putter: Bettinardi QB6
Ball: Srixon Z-Star
Grips: Black Widow - Tour Silk II
Cleats: Softspikes Cyclone
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I use pride tees. I got a 135 pack for xmas 2 yrs ago. And still have close to 100. They last very long.
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Re:Golf tees 6 years 3 months ago #87963

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I use the stinger tees. Like the smaller head. I use the frogger nubbies for irons and hybrid shots. Just something about a wood tee over plastic.
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mark_p8523 wrote:
what are the best kind of golf tees that are available in stores? the wooden ones are getting old and dont last.


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