How To Mix A Great Martini With Your Golf Game

Last year at the PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, I picked up a sample package of a great new product. Martini Golf Tees! Brightly colored, there were three in the sample pack. I quickly read the attached press release, stuffed them in my golf bag and then forgot all about them. It took until a few months ago for me to rediscover them. And what a find!

Matini Golf TeesMartini Tees are just the thing if you are looking to improve the distance of your drive. Simple to use, you just insert the tee in the ground, but instead of pushing the tee straight down, you  give it a slight tilt towards the target. (You can tilt the tee as much as 20 degrees – but don’t get carried away! Tilt it too much and you will drive the ball right into the ground. Trust me! I did it a few times, till I got the hang of it.) The “martini glass” shape of the top of the tee holds the ball in place in spite of the tilt. Then set up and swing!

The promise on the packaging promises longer, straighter drives. And these tees really deliver!!! And they conform with USGA rules.

Take Our Travel for Golf SurveyWhen I first started playing with these tees, my golf partners couldn’t help but notice them. The bright color alone provoked questions. And when they saw how far I could drive the ball with the new tees, everyone wanted to try one out. I quickly gave away my samples. Wanting more, I went to the internet and found their website. You can buy the tees directly from them, or do a search for a local vendor. Cost is around $1/piece plus shipping and handling. Each tee lasts a very long time so the price is a real bargain.

At our last dinner at the end of the season, everyone in my Tee Club got a couple of Martini Tees as a fun gift. Most everyone who uses them has nothing but good things to say.

Have you tried Martini Golf Tees? What do you think? Leave a comment below.

  5 comments for “How To Mix A Great Martini With Your Golf Game

  1. November 17, 2011 at 9:32 pm

    I use Martini tees and I love them! If for nothing else I don’t lose them as much although they do tend to fly really far when I hit the ball! Sometimes up to 20 feet away!!!! Usually it is forward though and I find it walking down the fairway. Stinks on the driving range though. Good trade off for 240 off the tee though!

    • Pat
      November 18, 2011 at 10:53 am

      240 yards!!! Sounds like a short walk to pick up a tee is a great trade off. Did you find that the Martini Tees really helped increase your yardage?

      • Robyn
        November 18, 2011 at 2:32 pm

        I am not sure if it is that or a placebo affect from reading the claims but I will take it!

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