We asked representatives from accessory companies: What advice do you have for the golf course superintendent who wants to dress up the first tee to give an excellent first impression. Here’s what they had to say:
Dave Knoepp | Director of Sales and Marketing, Markers Inc.
Other than making sure ball washers have fresh detergent and clean tee towels, in addition to conspicuous tee markers, we strongly advocate for informative tee signs — accurate distances, handicap numbers and hole numbers are critical. Tee signs that include an aerial view of the hole are particularly helpful for firsttime players of a course. Of course, distances to visible hazards are another plus, even for regular golfers.