What do the different color tees mean in golf?

What do the different color tees mean in golf?

White Tees: Men’s tees, middle to high handicap, typically the middle option of all the tee boxes, and used by most men. Blue Tees: Men’s tees, mostly used for championship or tournament play, and for low handicap male golfers.

What are tee markers made of?

Satellite Tee Marker With the same shape and weight as the original, the redesigned satellite tee marker is made of solid ABS plastic. It won’t split or crack, there’s no paint to chip and UV protection makes it fade resistant.

What are the colors of the markers on the tee boxes?

Blue (Tiger tees furthest from the green) confusingly the blue tees can also be the closest to the green. White (Competition) Yellow – typically used by men of all ages playing recreational golf. Red – often the tees nearest the green (sometimes referred to as the Ladies Tees, although that term is being discouraged)

Should I play from white or blue tees?

Don’t let the traditional meaning of “white tees” as the regular men’s tees fool you. Any golfer, regardless of gender or age, whose playing ability best matches the length of the golf course from the white tees should play those tees, whether they are in their traditional middle location or not.

What is a tee marker?

A colored rock or monument, situated in the tee box at a measured distance from the center of the putting green.

What color are the senior tees in golf?

The Basics

Color Gender Title
Black Mens Champion
Blue Ladies Member
White Senior
Red Forward

What age is a senior golfer?

In men’s professional golf senior tournaments are for players aged 50 and above. In other branches of the sport the lower age limit varies, but is usually 45, 50 or 55.