Forget room 101 Mo, send them to me at Whittington please.
I can hear you ask why, oh why…well for many years I was a devout wooden tee fan until about five years ago when it seemed to me my tee broke on every drive, and I was forever replenishing my depleted tee stock. So against my beliefs I turned to the grey castle tee (now orange) and low and behold they lasted significantly longer.. so in my tee arsenal now I have a variety of heights and colours depicting the exact size tees for me to vary the height of the ball with….sorry Mo, but all donations greatly received x
Thanks Maureen, all that makes sense but my comment as someone who thought that the castle tee helps to make the decision, many of us do not know what is high and what is low i.e. how much ball to have above the club face etc.
Couldn’t agree with you more Maureen!
Miss not having the occasional lesson with you now we have moved down south
Love reading your blog or whatever you call it though!
Jayne I agree with you. I carry a selection of tee’s to enable choice of height depending on requirement and the castle tee lasts and lasts and lasts. We can share the donations that will be coming through. LOL.
I’m now a castle convert Mo! I hope you picked those bad boys up!!!
Jayne, was given a tip to wiggle the tee in the ground when you’re putting it in and it won’t break. Trouble is the ball tends to fall off! P.
Ha ha, bet you won’t find many coloured castle tee’s at the Ricoh Patricia….thanks for the tip, I will try it….
Enjoy the Scottish delights.
Fingers crossed Georgia does well x
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