Sam Vance | Account Manager, Eagle One Golf Products

Sam Vance | Account Manager, Eagle One Golf Products

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:

Sam Vance | Account Manager, Eagle One Golf Products
Keep it simple. There are many things you can do to wow your customer, but the most important is the tee signs. Tee signs are a key piece of communication, and an extension of your club’s brand identity so you need to keep them front and center. Tee signs are used in many ways, i.e. directions, advertising or just marketing your club’s brand. The second most important item is tee markers. Once again, there is opportunity to customize and really make a good first impression when the customer walks up to the first tee for the first time. Tee markers are a very visible and, relatively speaking, inexpensive way to get a lot of bang for your buck.