So you’re in the market for a new brand of golf tee, but you don’t know exactly what you want. We’ve got you covered! We’ve put together this golf tee buying guide by researching and reviewing a huge selection of different tees and weighing the benefit of each. Now we can pass that knowledge onto you! But first, let’s look at what you need to know before you start shopping for a specific type of golf tee!
Material: What the tee is made of. Most are wood, but there are some that are plastic or made of bio-composite materials. Some tees are even made of metal to make them harder to break!
Pieces: How many tees come in the package? It’s important to know just how many you need to buy so that you don’t run out. More durable tees will only come 3-6 in a package most of the time.
Color: Green tees are harder to find in the grass, so if that’s an issue for you, don’t buy green ones! There are a variety of colors, including white and neon options, so pick the color you’ll like!
Length: This is how long the tee is. It’s important for different types of clubs because they have different lengths and swinging motions. You need the tee that’s going to do okay with your club.
Made in USA: It’s important to some golfers to know where their tees are made. It’s important to us too! The tees that are made in the USA give you a sense of patriotism, so we’ve made a note for you.
Painted: Sometimes the paint on certain tees will leave marks on your clubs. So if you’re using a club that’s susceptible to that, you want to avoid painted tees altogether. We’ve got you covered here too!
Now that you know what to look for, we can get to our golf tee reviews! We’ve looked at all the best tees to show you the great drives you could have if you switched! Got another round to get back to? Check out our top pick and budget pick before you go. When you come back, browse the rest of our list for some really awesome tees that you’re sure to love! You could vastly improve your game!
Expert Researcher and Writer
Jennifer Trimbee, a lead researcher and writer at GeekWrapped, is an expert writer with many years of experience. Jennifer writes about technology, sports, outdoor, and gear products.
Article last updated on:
September 30, 2019