Wood or Plastic Tees - Which do You Prefer?

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  • memurphy93memurphy93 Dallas, TXMembers Posts: 45 ✭✭
    Wood Tees

    Always wood tees for me, my favorite brands that make them:

    • Stinger Golf (a lot of small companies do orders through them)
    • Berg Golf Tees
    • Western Birch Golf Tees
  • Sleeky_DSleeky_D ClubWRX Posts: 69 ClubWRX
    Wood Tees

    I started with wooden tees but then switched to plastic tees. Not sure what the brand was but the plastic tees I used seemed to be pretty hard on my clubs so now I've switched back to using wooden tees.

  • Hateto3PuttHateto3Putt Smoking Makes You Look Cool! Members Posts: 6,317 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭

    I've never had a wooden tee last more than a few holes.

    Based on thoughts posted here, I bought a 5 pack of Martini tees 2 years ago, I still have 3 of 5 remaining in the package. I broke one after 16 months!

    Last year, I found a bright yellow Martini step tee. It was like finding a 4 leaf clover! Easy to spot, and tees the ball up at the same height every time. (step tee convert now)

    I use a "normal" tee for non driver tee shots. I also can't leave an abandoned tee on the box, I start the round with a Martini tee and a wooden tee in my pocket, and at the end of the round usually add 3-5 more tees to the collection.

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  • drvrwdgedrvrwdge Members Posts: 2,372 ✭✭✭✭✭✭

    Wood all day from Westernbirch.com Awesome old school triple stripe design and they are durable. Even hold up against iron shots on par 3's.

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  • North ButteNorth Butte Members Posts: 10,920 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭

    Life's way too short to be searching around after every tee shot trying to find a $2 golf tee. Looking for golf balls in the rough is bad enough, I'll stick to tees that cost less than a nickel which I don't mind losing.

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  • Ski5280Ski5280 Denver, COMembers Posts: 49 ✭✭
    Wood Tees

    Wood for me. I use irons off the tee quite a bit, so it’s easier to get them down to size.

  • sdcfan18sdcfan18 Members Posts: 154 ✭✭✭
    Wood Tees

    Wood for me, I always use light pink. Easy to find and I honestly use them just to be a little different. I buy a few bags of 100 at a time and they last for years.

  • jdvela55jdvela55 Sin City, NVMembers Posts: 554 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Plastic / Synthetic Tees

    I use plastic tees 3 1/4" and I use broken wood ones for Iron tee shots.

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  • platgofplatgof platgof ClubWRX Posts: 1,591 ClubWRX

    Orange Martini for driver, and wood for everything else. Bought two 5 packs of Martinis and that should last two years easy. Found the first Martini and was very impressed. I do lean it forward, longer drives; maybe.

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  • chickwebbchickwebb Members Posts: 40 ✭✭

    Surprised no-one has mentioned (as far as I can tell), the Callaway Par-Tee. These things are built like steel girders; absolutely unbreakable. Sturdy enough to pierce even the hardest tee-box. Plus, the wide rubber tip holds the ball even if the tee's in a little crooked. A little pricey, but for as long as they last a great value. https://amazon.com/gp/product/B072LX8LKQ/

  • Egs57Egs57 Members Posts: 21 ✭✭

    @jdvela55 said:
    I use plastic tees 3 1/4" and I use broken wood ones for Iron tee shots.

    This is what I do

  • BrennanfBrennanf Members Posts: 66 ✭✭
    Plastic / Synthetic Tees

    Plastic. Hate breaking or losing a tee

  • chadly643chadly643 Members Posts: 497 ✭✭✭✭

    I refuse to spend money on tees. I play whatever I find or get for free with the round. I have found zero performance benefit from different tees.

    My home course started giving away short tees this year. I think they are 1.5”. I love these things for any tee box I’m not using driver on. Much easier to stick all the way into the ground than a broken tee and one will last a bunch or rounds.

  • mrikkingmrikking Members Posts: 203 ✭✭✭
    Plastic / Synthetic Tees

    @jdvela55 said:
    I use plastic tees 3 1/4" and I use broken wood ones for Iron tee shots.

    Same here!

  • CJPennyCJPenny Members Posts: 77 ✭✭✭
    Wood Tees

    Wood. I’ve heard white paint can mark up driver faces, and cheap natural wood tees just do it for me

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  • JshyneJshyne The status quo sucks. Members Posts: 222 ✭✭✭
    Other Tees

    I will only play these going forward game changers and I don't know if the company is even in business anymore

  • buckets on bucketsbuckets on buckets Members Posts: 76 ✭✭✭
    Other Tees

    I’ve never bought a tee in my life, these martini tees sound interesting though. Also a little hokey...do they have an “As seen on TV” stamp on the box?? Haha

  • MinaretsMinarets Members Posts: 4,054 ✭✭✭✭✭✭✭
    Plastic / Synthetic Tees

    Bought some Stinger Tees to try out.

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    Irons: PXG 0311 4-GW
    Hybrids: PXG 0317X 17*, 19*
    Wedges: Callaway PM Grind 54*, 58*
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  • chrisokeefe12chrisokeefe12 Holland, MIMembers Posts: 76 ✭✭✭
    Wood Tees

    I do not spend money on tees. I prefer to use wood tees, but will use any tees I can get. Love courses that give you free tees. Low key is so helpful.

  • GraymulliganGraymulligan Members Posts: 2,391 ✭✭✭✭✭✭
    Plastic / Synthetic Tees

    I bought a package of 50 plastic tees four years ago, and haven't had to buy any since. Unless I accidentally lose one, they last darn near forever.

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    RSI 2 driving iron w/recoil
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  • CougarRedCougarRed Southeast TexasMembers Posts: 95 ✭✭✭
    Other Tees

    For my driver, yellow "Four Yards More."
    Consistent tee height. Low friction. And they last forever. Been playing the original set for six months. Still have all three.

  • Pearson10MPearson10M Members Posts: 123 ✭✭✭
    Wood Tees

    There is enough trash plastic in the enviro that is killing this planet. Go Wood or better yet Bamboo. Both decompose and bamboo is pretty tough and good for "hard" ground.

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