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Friday, October 15, 2010

Purple Golf Tees

I’m always looking for things to review. This isn’t techy but it is kinda of cool. Someone close to me is a major purple fan. I tracked down purple golf tees on Amazon. They were Wilson brand and priced reasonably. Well, who knew a brand name golf tee would be so worthless. Great color, lousy tee! They broke with one swing. This is on a decent golfer, not a hacker like me. She blew threw two bags and was highly disappointed in the quality, loved the color though.

I found  Golf USA Manhattan and they had purple tees. My initial concern was Manhattan. I’ve had very mixed results buying from NYC companies. (Sorry you good ones but it is what it is.) Turns out the company is in Manhattan Kansas. Who knew there was a Manhattan in Kansas?

Turns out Kansas State’s color is purple and Golf USA Manhattan sells purple tees that do not have Kansas State printed on them. Even more surprising was they were priced $3.99 per bag of 65 tees. It cost $4.95 for shipping and handling. Two bags of tees and shipping were a whopping $12.93. Is that a cheap but very thoughtful gift, or What?

Quality is super and the color is a rich, vibrant, deep purple. What more can you ask, good quality, good price and great color? I’d try them if I thought they would improve my game as is I got a big smooch for an inexpensive but VERY thoughtful gift.

1 comment:

Dave Drew said...

I have to tell you how I saved money with golf tees. I used to plan my trips to the driving range early to walk the front of the t box before anyone could start hitting balls. I'd find a fist full of new tees. Plus, I'd get to hit an extra bucket of balls too, because many people would get a bucket and leave half of them.

Dave Drew
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