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Elevate Your Golf Course Style with a Cast Bronze Tee Sign Yardarm Post

Golf course managers understand the importance of creating an inviting and visually appealing environment for their players. One way to enhance your fairway is by installing a cast bronze tee sign yardarm post. These elegant fixtures provide valuable information to golfers and add a touch of sophistication to your course's design. The coming sections will clarify cast metal signs and how to incorporate them into your course.


Bonita Bay Tee Sign 


The Hamlet Tee Sign

SIZE:  14” x 20” 

What is a Bronze Yardarm Mount?

A cast bronze tee yardarm post is a piece of signage crafted from high-quality bronze, cast into a mold to create a unique and detailed design. The yardarm extends from the main post, providing a clear display for tee signs informing golfers about hole numbers, distances, and par information. Bronze naturally develops a patina over time, adding character and depth to the post's appearance and allowing it to withstand natural elements. Shop our collection of cast bronze tee signs on our website to choose the perfect one for your course.

Installing Your Yardarm Post

Installing a cast bronze yardarm mount is a straightforward process that can significantly improve your golf course experience. Once you've selected a sign for your fairway, choose the right location, select products made of quality cast metal, and commit to regular maintenance. Follow these steps during installation:

  • Choose a location for your yardarm mount that is:

    • Visible to golfers.

    • Easily accessible.

    • Near the tee box area.

  • Work with experienced professionals:

    • Securely anchor the post into the ground.

    • Use concrete or other suitable materials for stability.

    • Ensure the post will remain firmly in place, even in harsh weather conditions.

  • Maintain your cast bronze sign with regular cleaning:

    • Use a soft cloth and mild soap solution to remove dirt and debris.

    • Consider applying a clear protective coating to preserve the finish and protect against oxidation.

  • Enjoy the benefits of your yardarm mount:

    • Provides valuable information to players.

    • Contributes to the beauty and prestige of your course.

Perfecting the Game: Our Passion for Exceptional Golf Course Accessories

At From Tee to Green, we understand the importance of creating an inviting and visually stunning environment for golfers. That's why we design and manufacture products that enhance your course's functionality and aesthetic appeal. Our cast bronze tee signs perfectly exemplify this commitment, combining timeless elegance with durability and practicality.


We believe that the smallest details can make the biggest impact. That's why we use only the finest materials, such as bronze, aluminum, and granite, and offer customization options for our products. This allows you to create a unique look that reflects your course's character and style. Whether you choose to incorporate your logo, select a specific finish, or add other personal touches, we will bring your vision to life.


Eager to get started? Improve your course's appearance and demonstrate your commitment to the sport with From Tee to Green.

Frequently Asked Questions

How tall are cast bronze yardarm mounts?

Cast bronze tee sign yardarm posts typically stand between 5 and 7 feet tall, providing excellent visibility for golfers. The exact height can be customized to suit your fairway's needs and preferences.

Can I customize the design of my cast bronze tee sign yardarm post?

Yes, we offer customization options for cast bronze signs. You can choose from various designs and finishes and even add your course's logo or other unique elements to create a personalized plaque. Find our extensive collection of tee sign options on our website.

How long do cast bronze tee sign yardarm posts last?

Cast bronze is known for its durability and longevity. With proper care and maintenance, your tee sign yardarm post can last for decades, making it a worthwhile investment for your golf course.

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