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zero friction 3,4,5 prong tee

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Are there any differences bt the 3, 4 and 5 prong ZF good tee....other than the # of prongs. It seems like people are saying it's harder to keep the ball on the 3 prong tee....just wondering if this was true for the 4 & 5 prong tees as well....along w/any other differences.
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I find the 3 prong to be the sturdiest, the prongs on the 5 prong tees snap off quite easily and then it's almost impossible to balance the ball
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it's not hard to balance the ball on any one of them. The tees really doesn't matter, it just hold the ball up.  Don't waste your money on these tees. If you can get it for free, then its great.  This will not make you hit further or score lower,

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it's not hard to balance the ball on any one of them. The tees really doesn't matter, it just hold the ball up.  Don't waste your money on these tees. If you can get it for free, then its great.  This will not make you hit further or score lower,

I like them because they're durable and last forever. So I'll spend money on them. Once every three years when I run out of ten...

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Yeah, I'm not looking to improve my distance and accuracy with these tees, I want durability. Sent from my Lumia 900 using Board Express
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That's great, I lose them more then breaking them. I rarely break my wooden tees. I as well can replace them every 3 years. That means your hitting is all over the place if you are looking for durability. You have the right tees if this is an issue for you. On par 3's i find a broken tee on the ground and tee of with that, they are already the perfect height. My course provides tees for us so i never had to buy any ever.
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That's great, I lose them more then breaking them. I rarely break my wooden tees. I as well can replace them every 3 years. That means your hitting is all over the place if you are looking for durability. You have the right tees if this is an issue for you. On par 3's i find a broken tee on the ground and tee of with that, they are already the perfect height. My course provides tees for us so i never had to buy any ever.

Ha ha ha ha. Ummm, no. Wooden tees break - for everyone - a lot more easily and frequently than ZF tees.

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Ha ha ha ha. Ummm, no. Wooden tees break - for everyone - a lot more easily and frequently than ZF tees.

Erik, be truthful now. Are you sure your hitting is not all over the place?

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Originally Posted by PARfect

Yeah, I'm not looking to improve my distance and accuracy with these tees, I want durability.

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Check out the "Four Yards More" tees.  I don't buy the claims about four extra yards, but they're virtually indestructible.  They also tee the ball at a consistent height every time and work better than conventional tees on windy days.

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That's great, I lose them more then breaking them. I rarely break my wooden tees. I as well can replace them every 3 years. That means your hitting is all over the place if you are looking for durability. You have the right tees if this is an issue for you. On par 3's i find a broken tee on the ground and tee of with that, they are already the perfect height. My course provides tees for us so i never had to buy any ever.

[quote name="iacas" url="/t/65874/zero-friction-3-4-5-prong-tee#post_826621"] Ha ha ha ha. Ummm, no. Wooden tees break - for everyone - a lot more easily and frequently than ZF tees.[/quote] LolLolLol!! reminds me of the guy who slices it 50yds OB but is happy with his contact because the tee flew backwards out of the ground...

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