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    All New Tas-Tee products are in production for 2023

    All New Tas-Tee products are in production for 2023

    Tas-Tee, the first flavored golf tees are getting a brand new look & all new formulations for our flavors. 

    Lime flavored golf tees

    Cinnamon flavored golf tees 

    Mixed Berry flavored golf tees 

    Wintergreen Mint flavored golf tees 

    are coming SOON to!

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    Attending lectures on flavored plastic science

    Attending lectures on flavored plastic science

    Not as boring as it sounds, especially when Tas-Tee is literally in the flavored plastic business.  Like most people, we discovered this flavored plastic technology when we purchased our first flavored mouth guard as a young athlete.  Far superior to the normal, non flavored versions, this technology was our introduction into a technology that has been evolving for the past 10+ years.  

    One of the ways we continue to push this revolutionary technology is to incorporate the newest practices in plastics formulation along with our innovative production process... All for GOLF TEES!! Lol  

    While on a long trip to the Northeastern US recently, I attended a couple lectures on plastic science at some prestigious universities.  They talked molecular structure and composition, mostly stuff that was way over my head but I was excited to be in a very large room with people pushing an industry that would certainly support our lil golf tee business.  The possibilities are endless, formulating extremely complex flavors will be possible in the near future.

    The dream is to make our Tas-Tee community big enough to support a large inventory of complex flavored golf tees so every golf tee chewer can have their desired flavor made by us, right here in the United States.

    Our LIV Golf Experience..

    Our LIV Golf Experience..

    We are up in the Northeast formulating Mixed Berry and attending lectures on relevant topics at several universities in the area, we decided to take the opportunity to attend the "Boston" LIV Golf event.  Boston is in quotes bc The International Golf Course is actually about an hour west of downtown Boston.  We made the drive out there on Friday to see how these LIV Golf events stack up against our usual PGA or KornFerry tournaments.  LIV did not disappoint.

    Upon arriving in Bolton (the Actual location) we followed signage to park in the Bolton fairgrounds and got on a large shuttle bus to the course.  Parking was free. Even in the brief walk through the entry gate, the music, the scenery, and the vibe were elevated from a typical golf experience. 

    We walked directly to the practice facility and saw first time LIV-ers Cameron Smith, Joaquin Niemann and Harold Varner III (HV3) amongst a few others putting on the crowded practice green.  The green and range were packed bc all the LIV golfers tee off at the same time in a shotgun format.  This has its benefits; You get to see ALL the golfers in a compact span of time (abt 4hrs) instead of spending all day at the course watching every group start off at the first hole.

    The music was pumping right through the opening tee shots and beyond & the scene at the first tee was LIT.  Several Navy SEALs parachuted onto the first hole in dramatic fashion to the applause of a few hundred onlookers.  Quite the "kickoff" if I do say so myself.  "Murica!" was heard several times, lol

    We followed Cam Smith for a bit and he seemed a lil squirrely with the driver and longer clubs at first but seemed to settle in over the round.  It was a similar tournament for LIV newcomer Harold Varner III, who showed a few nerves early but caught some momentum in his second and third rounds.  Both of these two and newbie Joaquin Niemann did very well in their first LIV event but the day and most of the tournament was dominated by the Four Aces.  

    Consisting of Talor Gooch, Dustin Johnson, Pat Perez and Patrick Reed, the 4 Aces have won all 3 Team Titles in each of the LIV events so far.  Talor was focused from the jump and once DJ started with his wedge game, the Aces jumped up the leaderboard and stayed there until the Final Round. The Crushers actually had a chance to win on Sunday but ended up in second after contributions from P Reed and DJ.  The crescendo was when DJ dunked his eagle putt to win on the 18th hole (first playoff hole) & the crowd went WILD!!

    Overall it was an incredible event and I would recommend any golf fan attend one of these LIV Events in the future.  The format feels ok but where the PGA Tour focuses on their player's perks, it seemed LIV is more focused on the fan experience, and as a fan, we love that!  I'm talking about Navy SEALs parachuting onto the first hole to start the tournament, music pumpin, fireworks, LOTS of free stuff and although the crowd chatter got a bit annoying (ppl run out of "witty" things to say), we didn't see anything outside the parameters of the hypest PGA event, the Waste Management Open.

    Dunno when we'll get the chance to see another LIV event but if we are in the proximity of one, we'll definitely go.  

    We'll see y'all out there!


    Who We Are & Why We Make Flavored Golf Tees

    Who We Are & Why We Make Flavored Golf Tees

    Tas-Tee; a modern drama about an underappreciated sales agent that risks his own money to pursue a childhood golf dream.. or something like that


    Flavored Golf Tees #flavoredgolftees

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    Magical Mullet Moment at the Open Championship

    Magical Mullet Moment at the Open Championship

    Epic Sunday at the Open Championship after Cameron Smith dropped a Tas-Tee 64 with a score of 30 on the final 9 holes, at the home of golf, when it seemed like the world and all of it's forces were behind local favorite Rory McIlroy. 

    Cam did not waiver.  When he needed to get up & down on the famous 17th where I saw Constanino Rocca make an absolute bomb in front of a "home crowd" en route to the John Daly playoff in 1995.  This hole has had some special moments and none were better than I saw from Cameron.  After putting it narrowly around the front bunker, he had over 12 feet for par and nailed it.  Even after his heroic up & down, he needed birdie or better on 18 and hit an incredible drive that allowed him to post a final round score of 64. 

    Rory had the exact same conditions but hit a poor trajectory drive that hit a knob and stayed well short of the green.  He had so far for his second (and needed it to tie Cameron Smith and get into a playoff) that Rory chased the eagle attempt well past the hole and ended up two putting from there for third place.  Second went to Cameron Young who quietly had an incredible Sunday.  CY has ALL the shots and as far I've seen him, his short game may be better than his shotmaking.. scary

    Awesome ending and although the European favorite didn't win, I was happy to see such a cool dude win the Open.  Congrats to Cam and his team!