The Magic of the Tornado Tee
Reduced resistance in all conditions…
In soft ground, a tee simply tips forward when struck. However, in firm ground the tee pushes back on the club.
How much the tee pushes back on the club depends on how dry and firm the tee box is.
It takes nearly 10 pounds of force to break a traditional wood tee. That’s 10 pounds of force you could be losing to the tee instead of transferring it to the ball.
It takes just a few ounces to glide through the flexible crown of the Tornado Tee… significantly less force than any other wood or solid plastic tee.
The result is up to a 3% increase in ball flight metrics.
For reference, Club Manufacturers spend millions in R&D to design new clubheads that provide even a fraction of a percent increase in ball flight metrics.
Want More Distance?
Add 12 Yards to Your Average Drive. Previously created almost exclusively for World Long Drive competitors, the Tornado Tee is now available.