We asked representatives from accessory companies: What advice do you have for the golf course superintendent who wants to dress up the first tee at his course to give an excellent first impression.  Here’s what they had to say.

Steve Tyler | National Sales Manager, Standard Golf

Steve Tyler | National Sales Manager, Standard Golf

 

Steve Tyler | National Sales Manager, Standard Golf
First impressions are very important when beginning a round of golf. The first tee box should be tastefully landscaped, possibly through the use of brilliantly colored flowers and ground cover in a bed of decorative bark or stone. Crisp and clean tee markers and a yardage information plaque and a ball washer round out the only accessories needed. Too much signage, such as dos and don’t signs, just add clutter that generally is not read or adhered to anyway. Keep the lines of your design clean and simple. Less is best.