Zero Friction Tees are hands down one of the hottest products in golf today. Countless numbers of PGA Tour Players are using Zero Friction Golf Tees on a weekly basis. The Remax World Long Drive Championship was full of Zero Friction Golf Tee users including Sean "The Beast" Fister, the reigning and 3 time world champion. If the longest driver of the golf ball on the planetperformance golf tees has found increased distance with Zero Friction Tees, why the heck aren't you?
Up until now, Zero Friction Tees have only been available in a 2 3/4 inch length. We heard from so many golfers asking about a longer version, we had no choice but to stretch these suckers out to 3 1/4 inches. With driver heads the size of grape fruits, tee lengths naturally needed to increase. The 3 1/4 inch version now gives the 460 cc driver guys the opportunity to try Zero Friction Tees and see what all the "buzz" is about. The 3 1/4 inch version will begin shipping on March 15th
There are some people out there that just won't play anything other than a wood tee. Well now there is a Zero Friction product to fit their games, Zero Friction Hardwood. Zero Friction Hardwood take the theory of Less Resistance equals more distance to a whole new level. Zero Friction Hardwood features a cup size 30% smaller than traditional tees. Again, less contact are between the cup and the ball, the less spin which leads to further drives. Everyone knows the strength of Zero Friction Biodegradable is legendary. We had to make sure Zero Friction Hardwood weren't like tooth picks, so we turned them from a premium rock solid hardwood (hence the clever name)!
There isn't a hotter product on the PGA Tour either. Since claiming a victory and a runner up finish the first week Zero Friction Tees were on the PGA Tour, the product has taken on a life of it's own. Gaining steam that first weekend in May, Zero Friction Golf Tees claimed 72 top 10 finishes and an unreal 11 professional victories in 2005. No other performance golf tee can come close to those types of numbers. We are hoping to blow those numbers away in 2006.