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:
Dan Brown | Sales & Marketing Manager, Par Aide Products Co.
First impressions are more important now than ever in the current golf market. While the first tee is a critical point for a first impression, I believe that they are actually made before the first tee … on the practice green. Far too often, we see practice areas that are neglected and accessory conditions are not consistent with the course conditions that support a facility’s image. As a result, a poor or inconsistent impression is made before the player even reaches the first tee. Fortunately, accessory upgrades here are very affordable and the impact they have on a course’s image can literally be made overnight.