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  1. I know that we are in a few Golf Galaxies, Roger Dunn around the country. We are in numerous golf shops throughout the country as well. You can also purchase online at www.teeclaw.com. Use code TEECLAW10 and get an additional 10% off your order. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thanks
  2. They will definitely work on your indoor mat. Here is a link to a short video on some simple tips. The Tee Claw will allow you to use any tee and get your desired Tee height. Follow these tips and you will have no problems. Please email me at jblack@teeclaw.com if you have any questions!
  3. That's great! Let me know if you have any questions ok. Check out our Instagram and Facebook page for some great videos and photos on the Tee Claw in use! Thanks John
  4. Thanks for the great review! We are having a great sale for $10.95 if you can pass it on!
  5. Thanks for the great review. Love seeing how you set up the Tee Claw on the carpet. You make a great point as in not teeing off from the Top of the Tee Claw. When it was first designed we thought it would be a great idea. But we don't recommend it. Also you mention the Tee Claw coming loose from mats. There are a lot of different mats out there and some are very rough. The lanyard was introduced originally to keep the Tee Claw from flying down range if coming loose from the mat. But as you stated it can be used for a lot more. Thanks again for the great review and feedback. We are having a sale on the Tee Claws for $10.95 down from our $14.95 price.
  6. Great review thank you! We have a great sale going on as well only $10.95!
  7. Thanks for the great feedback. We love hearing all the different ways the Tee Claw can be used for training. Just for info it works great on the putting greens as well and does not mess them up. We have tested and used on a lot of putting greens.
  8. That is some great feedback. I really appreciate it. Please let me know if you have any questions that I can answer. Thanks for the great feedback. The rubber tubes at the range are a hassle. I have a bag a tees that I collected at the range and from playing rounds of golf that I use on the range. I break them to get the height I want and not worried if they break or go down range. Millions of free abandoned tees on the range and course just waiting for golfers to pick them up and use them. Please let me know if you have any questions about the Tee Claw. And again thank you for the great feedback.
  9. Tees will fly out. If you were hitting on the grass portion at the range and the tee flew out what would you do. Put in another tee. No difference hitting off a mat at the range or grass. Here is a bag of tees I collected at the range and on the course that I use just for practicing. I don't care if these tees break or go down range. I can also break tees to get the height I want. They were free which is great.
  10. Here are some photos for you to check out. https://www.facebook.com/teeclawllc/photos_stream This is a great question as to why we sealed off the bottom rubber piece where the lanyard attaches. We launched in January 2015. When we launched and for months leading up to the launch we did a lot of testing with the Tee Claw. What we found was very important. When we would push a tee pass the closed rubber end, we learned a couple of things. First, if you push to far through the Tee Claw will not attach properly to some of the mats. The second and most important thing we found was when we push the tee through the rubber end, it had a tendency to cause the Tee Claws to break one of the claws fairly easily. Basic science showed us that when all the force from the club is coming forward either the tee would break or the tee claw leg. You have to let the Tee do what it is supposed to. When you hit off of grass and a tee flies out it is ok. With the Tee Claw is you want a shorter length Tee, us a smaller tee. Do not push through the bottom rubber piece. Once we found this out and started showing people we had a great response. Some great videos on our Facebook.
  11. Hi, my name is John. I'm the CEO and Co-Founder of Tee Claw. Love your review. I want to answer some of the questions you brought up. Great questions. I use tees I pick up at the range or find on the course when I'm practicing. We package with 3 tees just to show different heights. The top of the Tee Claw was designed to be the same size as a real tee. We did a lot of testing with hitting the golf ball off the top of the Tee Claw without a tee. If you are someone who strikes a ball good then you can hit the ball cleanly off the Tee Claw. Those like myself, would probably break the Tee Claw. It is made of a durable plastic but not indestructible. If you hit anything with a hard metal object with the right force it will no doubt break. I wouldn't recommend hitting directly off the top of the tee claw with irons. I have hit my hybrids and woods with short Tees. There a few ways to best anchor the Tee Claw. The lanyard was initially made to keep the Tee Claw from flying down range if you miss hit the Tee Claw and it becomes dislodged from the mat. The second is how it can be used as an alignment and visual aid. Check out our Facebook Page and Instagram page for some great videos and photos. https://www.facebook.com/teeclawllc/photos_stream See my response above regarding this question. What is good about the Tee Claw is that you can use it anyway you want and set up anyway you want. https://www.facebook.com/teeclawllc/photos_stream
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