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Old 03-23-2017, 08:57 PM
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Hey guys! What is everybody using to design tee signs? Going to try my hand at it, but figured i would go ahead and see if there are any templates out there. I am sure i can find some freeware out there on the webz.

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Old 03-23-2017, 10:05 PM
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Haha at the moment I'm using Microsoft Paint hahaha. But it gets the job done when you are looking to spend $10 or less on them haha.

I just print them and laminate them every year and staple/nail them on the wooden signs on the local seasonal course.

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Old 03-23-2017, 11:05 PM
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Try to meet a golfer that makes signs and/or is a graphic designer. Ask them how much it'd be for 18 12"x18" max metal signs w/ a radius on the corners, same basic layout with minor differences. You might be able to find someone that's willing to donate them or sell them for a discount. That said I use adobe illustrator.
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Buildasign has customizable parking signs. This is what i have used to make our local tee signs. You can upload images like sponsor logos and such. And there is a bunch of stock images to add if you like.

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Pics of our signs
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Buildasign has customizable parking signs. This is what i have used to make our local tee signs. You can upload images like sponsor logos and such. And there is a bunch of stock images to add if you like.

Build A Sign Custom Parking Sign Designer
Looking at this now. Do you end up paying the $28 each for individual signs or did you get a discount for 18?
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Cool... thanks guys. Working on them now through Open Office. More tedious than i thought.
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I used Inkscape - free. Bit of a learning curve but really the only way to go to use a vector program.

Map - http://www.dgcoursereview.com/course...9/85f7a0f6.gif
Tee signs like the map with relevant info and map of the hole
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Looking at this now. Do you end up paying the $28 each for individual signs or did you get a discount for 18?
Sign up for their emails. They are always providing some sort of discounts. Usually with shipping and whatever discount code they are providing signs are $27-$30ish.
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