The Tee Claw Concept
The Tee Claw concept was borne from the desire to play better golf from an artificial grass mat surface. Striking a golf ball directly from an artificial grass mat surface can pose several challenges to golfers accustomed to traditional grass surfaces; such as the inability to take a divot. The alternative is to place the golf ball onto a tee. This is where the Tee Claw is revolutionary.
The Tee Claw replaces the conventional antiquated, unpredictable, flimsy, and fixed-position rubber tee that inserts underneath the bottom of the mat through a hole. Hitting a golf ball from the old rubber tee slows club head speed causing mis-hits, slicing, and hooking the ball. The Tee Claw is designed to fasten into an artificial grass mat surface to assure a consistent, convenient, and diverse tee for golfers of all levels. The Tee Claw allows golfers to insert wood tees into the platform disk. This feature provides golfers the ability to select desired tee heights to control golf ball trajectories. This provides a real golf experience from an artificial mat.
The Tee Claw Design
The Tee Claw disk platform is approximately 1 inch in diameter and ½ inch thick. It is constructed of both Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) and rubber and is equipped with four ¼-inch long PVC claws. The disk platform can be placed anywhere onto the artificial grass mat surface and requires a 180 degree clockwise rotation “twist” to fasten and a counterclockwise twist to unfasten. The selected rubber or wood golf tee is inserted directly into the patented “CLAW” disk platform. The Tee Claw design prevents it from bouncing or sliding away from the artificial grass mat at club impact thereby providing a more stable and level plane to strike the golf ball.