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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful
on August 7, 2010
I love these tees. You tee it up the same height every time for great consistency. I use the same tee for 10+ rounds as they very very rarely break. They do fly away when hit. However, if the drive is straight they fly forward/back. When the drive goes right, the tee usually goes right and left it goes left so they are easy to find. They almost always fly less than 10 feet from where they are placed.

You only get 4 in a package because the last and last!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on November 29, 2010
Got one in a ball marking kit and loved it! Sets ball at perfect consistent height for me on every drive.I use Nike Dymo STR8.I used the first one for a season,,till I lost it. Finally found a reasonable price/shipping combo on Amazon. Only downside,they are springy little buggers,and sometimes shoot off for quite a distance,up to 5-6 feet! Best driver tee I've ever used!!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
on July 3, 2010
Awsome. Found a tee last year and been playing with the same tee for about 20 rounds now. Purchased two packs and figure it will
last me a life time. Also like the idea that I only need to have one tee in my pocket with my greens repair tool.
Ernie.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on August 8, 2011
I bought the yellow ones. They are absolutely perfect for my driver. If I put my driver on the ground behind the ball, I like having the top of the driver to be aligned with the equator of the ball. This tee does this perfectly every time for my oversized Diablo Edge Driver. Some people like really high tees. But yellow is perfect for me.

As far as performance, there is no drag and I also notice a difference in my distance. I was instantly hitting about 20 yards further. It seems crazy to me but it's true. I used to feel the drag of the wooden tees or i'd tee it up to high or low. Now it is perfect everytime with no drag.

The tees have been easy for me to find afterwards. Every once in a while it will go a little distance. These things are also durable. I've used the same one for 3 rounds of golf and expect many more out of it.

They look a little funny but it's not really noticeable to anyone. These are more discrete than the ones i've seen before with more bristles.

I'm probably a customer for life. I wish I could find something that was perfect for my irons.

Edit 10/22/12
I still use these. I haven't broken one yet. I lost one on a windy day. I'm still using the same tee as I did 5 months ago and I play about once a week.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
TOP 500 REVIEWERon September 13, 2013
I was trying different tee heights to see how it affects my driver range. I had been using the blue 4 more yards tees with great results, and wanted to see how much longer the green version was. Essentially, it is a 4 inch tee but most of the extra length is in the portion that sticks into the tee box grass. It is only slightly longer where it is above the ground. I found that using the blue tees and not sticking them all the way would achieve the same results I was looking for.

In terms of build quality, they are as advertised. They will last an extremely long time, and the ones that have been used the most tend to just get floppy or lopsided where it holds the ball. But some bending will return it to its former shape.

UPDATE 7 DEC 2013:
I've now purchased all of the tees (red, yellow, blue, and green).
I highly recommend you purchase the right size tee based on what you use for driving the ball out of the tee box. For my clubs, I found that the red is perfect for irons and some hybrids. The yellow is more suited for my 3 wood. The blue is too high for the 3 wood and too low for the driver. The green (longest tee) is perfect for my TaylorMade R11S driver. It sits the ball right at the top of the crown and allows for a perfect upswing drive. As a very high handicap player, I went from topping/mishitting my drives 90% of the time to driving it out at least 180-200 yards 90% of the time just by teeing it higher. The reason I recommend getting the right size tee is that you can position the ball at the sweet spot of the club you are using, resulting in a better drive for "more" distance. These tees still last a LONG time. I actually found another blue tee in the discarded tee bin at the tee box one day, and kept using it. Someone must have thought it was disposable!

So if this was too long and you didn't read it:
Red: for long irons and some hybrids (like the Ping G20)
Yellow: for my 3 wood which has a short face (Pinemeadow Command W7), gets the ball about half-way over the crown for a good upswing hit
Blue: Was too high even for my older 3 wood, and was too short for my drivers
Green: Perfect for drivers - it sets the ball right over the crown of my TaylorMade R11S and allows for a perfect upswing

For a short iron on a short par-3, you may want to stick with a regular wooden tee.

Overall: 5/5 stars
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on December 23, 2011
This is a wonderful product. I had found one of these unbreakable tees when I was playing a round of golf in late October. It lasted me through my final round December 15th and is still going strong. Because of its durability I looked for this item on Amazon.com. Found it and purchased it. now I'm ready for the 2012 golf season. The product advertizes that you'll get approximately 100 drives for each tee. Not sure what happens to it after that, but my original one is still alive after more than 100 tee shots. Very pleased.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on November 5, 2013
My brother liked them so much he was using them when we were golfing together. First round using them and didn't fly too far from where i hit and they never broke. Usually used the yellow for my driver and the red for a par 3. I like a lot of loft on my par 3 shots so it just drops on the green and doesn't roll far at all. I use the red for my 3 wood as well when I need to make sure I hit straight off the tee block.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on September 23, 2013
My dad uses these tees for golfing. He said they helped by improving his score. Keeping the ball steady. They are good.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on September 15, 2013
I have used these tees for more than two years. I finally broke one. Several others I lost after striking the ball (and tee) with the driver, and not being able to find the tee. To aid in locating a launched tee, I put a 1/4 inch strip of orange duct tape around the base of the four support prongs. Easier to spot the tee. These are a great value, and I have given several to friends who also really like them. I highly recommend the full size tees. I still use short wooden tees for iron shots.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on September 16, 2013
I live these tee's, they don't break after hundreds of shots. I can play an entire round with one of these tee's in my pocket and one wooden tee for backup on shots where the driver isn't used. I generally just scavenge for broken tee's on the par 3's. The only problem with these is they tend to go flying in any an all directions and are sometimes hard to find.
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