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  1. 1. What kind of tees are you using?

    • Bristle Tees: Brush T, X-Tee, Rip Tips...
      26
    • Plastic/Composite: Zero Friction, Wedge Tee...
      111
    • Wood
      234
    • Other
      6


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hot pink wood tees

I like how the tee will leave a mark on the sole of my driver, nice feedback plus they're really easy to find

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Whatever is left for me at the tee box. I dont buy tees at all. I tee the ball very low, and as a result, even broken ones work fine.

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I use 2 3/4" Epoch tees, and for irons the 1 1/2" Epoch. They are very durable, and are strudy like wooden tees. I've played with Zero Frictions before, but I like the Epochs a lot more because they do not bend when I hit them with my driver.

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I got a pack of brush tees for X-Mas. I would have never thought of buying them, but now I love 'em! Played on X-Mas day and was surprised how nice they were.

I used to use brusth tee's their awsome. Only way they can "break" is when the bristles get messed up. Dont loose the caps as that is one major way the bristles can get messed up. Also over time the bristles will get messed up and you will eventually have to buy a new one. But overall they will last you a while before breaking.

But now i just use regular wooden tees. When i can i prefer to buy the tees that show you were in the ground you should stop putting the tee in for the correct driver height. I find that useful because i always have to adjust my tees when i put it in the ground. ITs nice to just put it in and swing away :)

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I love the epoch tees-I bought a small bag in jan. and I think I still have 35 left after about 30 rounds. I've only broken two that I know of, I usually just lose them.

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3.25" wood tees with the natural wood color for my driver.
Whatever broken stub I can find on the tee box when hitting an iron or 4-wood.

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Let's see, I usually stick 2 or 3 long wooden tees in my pocket at the beginning of a round. I use found tees or broken tees on par 3's and a couple shorter par 4's where I use a hybrid to tee with. By the end of the round, I usually have 5 or 6 long tees in my pocket.

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i read about the zero friction tees review on the sandtrap site and was intrigued when it was said that these things don't break. they don't and i'm very happy with them.

I tried conventional tees which tend to break on me.

I don't buy into the notion of 'less drag' that the bristle tees claim. The following has me intrigued but I am sticking with what works for me: http://www.golfbusinesswire.com/releases/125055/ The Zero Friction tees seem to last a very long time. I like the extra long tees that have led to the consistency with the driver.

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Just read article on Twitter, there is a course over seas that is banning plastic Ts as they are ending up ona beach and interfering with wildlife

It was on golf digest twitter feed 

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