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Comment from: theblackcat [Visitor]
They're indestructible and biodegradable. I went through 10 of them in an entire season. Gave away 5, lost 4, and broke 1 after repeated beatings with my 400cc R580. Only dislike is I have a hard time balancing the ball on it after one too many beers.
12/11/06 @ 19:13
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Wait a second. If they are indestructable, how can they bio-degrade? I'm baffled.
12/11/06 @ 19:24
Comment from: Baby Blue Eyes [Visitor] Email
I concur, Zero Friction Tees is probably one of the best golf equipment investment you can make. The hype is well justified.

Normally, I use up to 8-10 tees per round. After using a ZF tee, I used the same tee for the second half of this year.
12/12/06 @ 08:46
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Member] Email
It is confusing, Ron -- they appear to be resistant to ballistic forces, but the slow yet inexorable forces of nature will break them down (so say their PR materials).
12/12/06 @ 12:24

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