What a shot! Straight from the textbook! The trajectory is perfect, and the ball lands neatly on the green of the par-3 hole. More and more golf enthusiasts are using futuristic, neon-colored golf tees for such shots: Nick Faldo's "Laserline Tees“ – made of Makrolon.
New generation of tees for golf players
Golf has undergone major technical advances over the years, yet the small golf tee has barely changed – either in its shape or in the material from which it is made. Nick Faldo, a leading English professional golfer and six-times major champion, decided to do something about it. He designed a new tee with the seat on which the ball is placed being offset eight millimeters behind the peg. With its excellent molding characteristics and break resistance, Makrolon® was the ideal product for this new design. The result is Nick Faldo's "Laserline Tee". It is readily affordable and can also help amateur golfers hit a more accurate line through cleaner ball contact.
Improved handicap in one shot
The innovative tee developed jointly with Bayer has one decisive advantage, namely that the ball takes to the air fractions of a second before the club touches the tee. Unlike tees made of other materials, Faldo's Laserline Tees virtually never break, and they are also easy to find after teeing off because they are manufactured in bright neon colors. Indeed, Makrolon® can be produced in absolutely any color.
However, the most powerful argument for the Makrolon® Laserline Tee is that it improves the accuracy of the stroke – and thus the player's handicap. Time and again the ball will land on the green, ready to be putted in.
You can recognize an excellent product by the Makrolon® label. This high-tech plastic from Bayer MaterialScience gives greater added value. If it's quality you want, you can count on Makrolon®!