The Distance Tee
Low Resistance for Maximum Distance and Accuracy
Conforms with USGA rules - Allowed in all Tournaments
The D-tee Video
The critical moment! When is low resistance the most important? When the the driver contacts the tee before releasing the ball.
At this critical time the slight tug from the tee can slow the club head, even if it is just a little, robbing distance.
Off-center hits will be affected more.
Design Improvements The blade shaped shaft cuts through the turf for less resistance. The large ball cup holds the ball more
securely and adds performance on par 3 iron shots.
Anatomy of a Divot The Divot starts with downward force trapping the ball against the turf adding pressure. The ball leaves the club-face
with added backspin and loft as the club continues to the low point of the swing arc. Up flies the patch of fairway!
Use on Par 3s Turn the D-tee 90 degrees at set up and the D-tee has a similar effect to the trap and spin one achieves on a well groomed fairway.
Many tee box areas have less than ideal conditions for achieving backspin and control. Now you can get consistent results with your
par 3 iron shots even on tee box areas that haven't been properly watered, mowed or seeded without taking a divot.