Golf Course Yardage Indicators
Golf course yardage indicators
- Tee Box Yardage Sign
- Sprinkler Head
- Yardage Marker
- 100 Yard Marker
- 150 Yard Marker
- 200 Yard Marker
Tee Box Yardage Sign
The tee box yardage sign shows the hole number, par number, and the distance from the different tee boxes to the center of the putting green.
Sprinkler heads help water the grass on the golf course, but they sometimes show the distance to the front, center and back of the putting green. Sprinkler heads and yardage markers can be found in the fairway and the rough throughout a golf hole.
A yardage marker is an object found on the golf course that shows the distance to the center of the green, and depending on the course, to the front and back edges of the green to assist a golfer in determining which golf club he should hit. Yardage markers can be found in the fairway and the rough throughout a golf hole.
100 Yard Marker
The 100 yard marker indicates 100 yards away from the center of the green. It is normally red.
150 Yard Marker
The 150 yard marker indicates 150 yards away from the center of the green - it is normally white. It can also be in the form of a white checkered pole that sticks out of the ground.
200 Yard Marker
The 200 yard marker indicates 200 yards away from the center of the green. It is normally blue.