Playing golf requires confidence and consistency that leads
to "playing better golf".

The Perfect-Tee provides greater confidence and consistency:

  Consistent and repeatable ball height positioning due to the two legs and arch design of the Perfect-Tee. When using a wood golf tee it is difficult to set the golf ball and tee to the same exact height each and every time.

  Improved stability and more solid launching pad because of the Perfect-Tee's head is 18% larger than a regular wood golf tee. The larger head also keeps the golf ball from falling off of the tee in high winds.

The Perfect-Tee allows a golfer to do things that a wood tee cannot do:

  Straighter, more accurate, and longer drives can be achieved due to the Patent Pending aerodynamic construction of the Perfect-Tee head and body.

A lower or higher trajectory shot can be achieved by slanting the Perfect-Tee forward or backward without the golf ball falling off the tee.

Golfers who use an oversized driver head and/or like to tee the golfball up high can now use the three inch Perfect-Tee.

  Long putts may be sighted more accurately by placing the Perfect-Tee upside down on the ball mark and sighting the cup through the two legs of the tee.

The Perfect-Tee also provides other added benefits to a golfer:

  It is unbreakable due to the use of super-strong aero-space composite material.

Ball marks and divots can be easily repaired with the Perfect-Tee. It also can be used to clean the club face and shoe spikes.

It is visually appealing due to its unique, solid, upscale, and high tech appearance.

"If you don't play better golf when using the Perfect-Tee you can get a full refund." This is a written guarantee.

Golf course beauty and appearance are enhanced due to the elimination of unsightly broken wood golf tees and debris which also can cause damage to lawn mowers.

  The environment is improved by eliminating the need to cut down trees to make wood golf tees.


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