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John Black the Founder and inventor of Tee Claw joins us for this weeks episode 148 of Bernard Par with Bernard Sheridan. John is a retired police officer who use to go to the driving range to hit balls. He was not satisfied with the tee hight of the rubber tees at the range so he sat down and brainstormed how he could get a normal Tee to tee up on any range mat. With that the first prototype of Tee Claw was born. John is here to tell us his story and all about this wonderful product that will stop your frustrations of teeing it up at the range.

Here is just a little more about Tee Claw.

The Tee Claw Concept

The Tee Claw concept was borne from a desire to practice and play better golf from artificial mats and grass surfaces. This is where the Tee Claw’s design and versatility are unmatched! Now golfers can use any size golf tee (wood, plastic, or broken) from anywhere on an artificial mat, replacing the old, dreaded, fixed-position rubber tube. The elastic lanyard brings additional value and versatility as it provides golfers with a visual aid for alignment, ball position, swing path and much more.

The Tee Claw is by far the most versatile and diverse training aid on the market.
LEARN HOW TO USE YOUR TEE CLAW

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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 any artificial mat surface and requires a 180 degree clockwise rotation “twist” to fasten and a counterclockwise twist to unfasten. The Tee Claw can also be used on real grass surface as well. The selected golf tee is inserted directly into the patented “CLAW” disk platform.

Find Out More – https://teeclaw.com/