Brush t Brush t Driver Golf Tee - 3 CT
| $5.95 Ground ||Wed, Mar 01|
|3-Day ||Tue, Feb 28|
|2-Day ||Mon, Feb 27|
|1-Day ||Fri, Feb 24|
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Golfballs.com Expert Description
Brush t Driver Golf Tees conform to R&A and USGA rulings. Measures 57mm/2.2". These tees provide your drive with less friction off the tee for more distance and accurate.
User Ratings & Reviews
I have been using the various brush tees now for about 4 years and they are awesome! I liked them the very first hit. It is a nice feeling not to have any resistance on contact with the ball...just pure ball and nothing else. It is claimed they add 10 yards to the drive...I don't know about that, but I do think these things are great, and they last awhile if you take care of them and keep them in their protective container.
Cal (Bon Air, SC)
Handicap 6 - 10
These things are the trick. I hit the fairway 30-40% more now that I am using the Brush T. On long par 3s, the short ones great. Buy some extras and get your friends to try them. They won't buy wood tees again, and neither will you!!
Lee (Adel, GA)
Handicap 10 - 15
Frequently asked questions about
Not able to enlarge the view. Does the three pack Brush t Brush t Driver come with a holder?
03/19/2010 4:41 PM
This Brush T pack contains only 3 tees.
Golfballs.com Employee: Andy
03/22/2010 2:56 PM
I've been using the XT long bristle tee and love it. Only problem is that two of the three I bought the stems broke. Is it me or the tee?
10/19/2009 11:52 AM
Over time the tee will begin to show some wear and tear with consistent impact. Especially with the rate of speed at which the driver is swung vs your other clubs/woods, it is expected that the bristles will eventually break.
Golfballs.com Employee: Andy
10/20/2009 9:08 AM
A friend started me with brush tees. I am using the yellow ones. Long. I can not keep the ball on the tee. It keeps falling off. Any help. Please E-Mail
08/08/2009 5:07 PM
Hi thanks for the question. Occasionally, after heavy use the bristles will wear down and become less sturdy. It may be time to purchase a new tee. -Parker
Golfballs.com Employee: Parker
08/10/2009 10:00 AM
Buy the ones with at least two rows of bristles. Some of the shorter ones even have two rows and a center bristle.
High Handicap Golfer: Jim McCoy
10/19/2009 11:51 AM
I've used these BRUSH TEE'S since they came out years ago, i still have them. All you need to do to keep the ball on the tee when they start to wear down is simple. Hold bottom of tee in one hand and brushes in other hand and give them a twist or two.
Mid Handicap Golfer: HIGHLANDER
06/28/2015 4:12 AM
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