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I use the zero friction tees, but only because they dont break. I can go a whole round with only one tee, with old wooden tees I go through like 12.

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I use the zero friction tees, but only because they dont break. I can go a whole round with only one tee, with old wooden tees I go through like 12.

Same here, and Kenny Perry (amongst others) uses the Zero Frictions.

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Right now I'm just using any 3-1/4 inch wood tees as well as the white ones with the blue stripe to show hw high to tee it up. Maybe next time I'll get the zero friction ones if they don't break. A good tip I use at the range is to cut off 1 long tee so there's only like 1/8 inch in the ground each shot, and you won't keep breaking your good tees at the range.

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I like them cause they don't break as easily. There's no way they really affect the shot. I always use broken ones I find when I hit anything other than driver or 3w.

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I use the zero friction tees, but only because they dont break. I can go a whole round with only one tee, with old wooden tees I go through like 12.

Same reason I use them here

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P.T. Barnum said it best.......

That's only if you use them because you think they give you yardage.

If you use them because they end up being cheaper, well, a fool that's born every minute and his money are soon parted... on wooden tees!

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Callaway "unbreakable" tees. I like them and have been using just two tees for the past month. Today I broke the 1" tee with a 5 iron. Back to using broken tees for iron tee boxes. The tip of these tees also cleans grooves really well.

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I use the Zero friction tees for my Driver or woods but wood for my irons.The zero friction tees last me for weeks without breaking one.

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I use the zero friction tees, but only because they dont break. I can go a whole round with only one tee, with old wooden tees I go through like 12.

Same with me. I usually use 5-8 wooden tees per round, if I were to play all 18 with wooden.

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Zero friction for the drives, and wooden for the irons. The only time i use a brush tee is if i go to the range and find one.

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