12 Feb 2013
by Pete Wlodkowski of AmateurGolf.com

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I once heard a story about the legendary Moe Norman (Google him) crying when he broke a tee he had been carrying for years.

Moe would've loved the FLYteePRO made by CHAMP Spikes.

I've carried the same FLYteePRO for 72 holes and I haven't shed a tear yet. The only time I don't use it is on par 3s. But as I'm sure you're aware, there's much more to golf tees these days than how durable they are.

Launched at the 2013 PGA Show and named the 'Official Tee of Demo Day', the FLYteePRO --- an evolution of CHAMP's original FLYtee--- has been infused with Kevlar® to allow for extra long life. With a soft, shock-absorbing tip, the tee's six prongs allow the ball to release almost friction-free upon impact, resulting in independent test-verified gains of up to 22 yards. The top section is coated on the outside with an attractive blue covering that provides an extra degree of protection and a nice visual effect that promotes consistent tee heights.

With strict limits on the amount of "trampoline effect" that can be delivered from a driver, golfers are more than ever looking for any extra edge they can get. So it's no surprise that the FLYteePRO, available in 2-¾” and 3-¼” options, has quickly found its way into the bags of many touring pros. I really like the idea of carrying just one tee in my pocket and using that tee to deliver the same look and feel every time I put it in the ground on a par 4 or 5.

In 2013, I plan on playing the same model Titleist ball every round and sitting it on top of the latest technology from CHAMP - the FLYteePRO. You can find information on all of CHAMP's products at your golf retailer or by visiting their website: www.cha mpspi kes.com.

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