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Gimmick or Gospel?

Golfers are always looking for ways to improve their game, and a variety of new-school tees on the market are — promises of performance improvement aside — likely to intrigue your players. For example, the E-Tee, which costs about $6 each for orders of 25, has a built-in spring that lets the tee bend rather than break. The Zero Friction golf tees have four points that meet the ball, allowing, the company says, significantly less resistance than a traditional te

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