What’s up with the numbered tees?
Our new “numbered” tees have been developed through combined research published by both the PGA of America and the USGA. The use of numbers will assist all golfers in finding the MOST ENJOYABLE yardage for their clubhead speed. Gender, age and handicap based tee assignments have missed the mark for a majority of players.
Equality in Golf should allow all players to play similar clubs into the greens on their approach. So, if your clubhead speed is under 75 mph, the number one set is for you. Between 70 and 85 makes you a candidate for the number two markers. Number three tee is best suited for those with 90 plus mph and the number four is for those with and excess of 100 mph.
The bottom line is this; you should be able to enjoy the game in a fashion similar to the high level players. This means playing a club into the green that will a) get there, and b) stop when it lands. As a reference point, think of this….. the average woman playing our former gold tees at almost 5400 yards or a man with 75 mph of clubhead speed playing the former white markers equates to a tour player playing a course over 10,000 yards! Simply too much work… no wonder the scores are high and rounds take too long.
NOW, consider playing a set of tees where you can reach all of the greens in regulation, having shots that land and stay on greens, birdie putts, and less fatigue at the end! We encourage you to find your clubhead speed, try the corresponding set of tees and give us your feedback. We’re pretty sure you will love it!