Originally Posted by BogeyNoMore
I'm not saying mixing dyes into the tees and nice signs don't look good (at least initially), but IMHO:
low tech, low cost, low maintenance is the way to go, and much easier to sell to decision makers when it comes to public courses.
I completely agree. It seems like you always have to plan on fixing something after it's been vandalized. If it's in a nice park where there is a lot of traffic, I MAY
consider something like this. For the most part, it seems like unless it's a private course, you're better off just keeping it simple where it doesn't catch the eye of some punk kid.