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I liked the idea of the signs I saw at Water Works years ago (old may be replaced by now). It was an actual picture of the hole from the tee pad with colored baskets added to it for the various placements and the colors corresponded to the distances on the sign for each placement. That is what I recall anyway. It works well with PAR 3s, but for longer/dog leg holes you would probably need the birds eye view or more than one photo (tee and approach). If this was done with a high quality camera/photographer I could get behind them. It's so easy to find a basket when the tee sign shows you a picture of the actual tree it is behind rather than a generic cartoon version.
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I liked the idea of the signs I saw at Water Works years ago (old may be replaced by now). It was an actual picture of the hole from the tee pad with colored baskets added to it for the various placements and the colors corresponded to the distances on the sign for each placement. That is what I recall anyway. It works well with PAR 3s, but for longer/dog leg holes you would probably need the birds eye view or more than one photo (tee and approach). If this was done with a high quality camera/photographer I could get behind them. It's so easy to find a basket when the tee sign shows you a picture of the actual tree it is behind rather than a generic cartoon version.
They have those at Ballou Park in Danville Va.
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After waiting all winter, we finally got our signs installed today!




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Old 04-18-2017, 03:52 PM
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Looks nice Scott! I'll have to get out there... been busy recently.
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Old 04-19-2017, 03:37 PM
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Short & long tee signs at Tommy Schumpert in Knoxville



These. The Claytons has them too

I think they've replaced them, but I really liked the wood signs with pegs as trees at Castle Hayne
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Worst I have ever seen are the 2 local ones in or near Pierre South Dakota it is a 4x4 post near tee pad about 4 feet off the ground and had the distance in feet on the hole as well as the number of hole it is on the back side the kind for apartments inside the apartment with wimpy brads holding them in. Well over time the distance fell off the tee pads but the local club plus others/state (on is on a state park) and city have kept up the number of what hole on the course that teepad is for. However one of them in the city course Steamboat got ripped down by a person on a dirt road and it will take a while to replace it. I think the out of town course at the State Park (Powerhouse Ally) was updated with the number for hole you are on being attached better.

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