These limited-edition azalea golf tees are perfect for Masters fans

A picture of azalea golf tees.

These limited-edition "Azalea" golf tees from Western Birch were designed by golf artist Seth McWhorter and need a spot in your golf bag.


The first round of the 2024 Masters is less than a week away, meaning golf brands (yes, us included) are trotting out all those Augusta National-centric goodies you might love.

That said, we can make a good case for this one. Sure, they are just golf tees, and you can get your own mega-pack of white or wood tees at any big-box store, but these ones make a statement — and are perfect for fans of Augusta National and the Masters. Plus, you could find a lot worse ways to spend 15 bucks.

That’s why you should check out the limited-edition “Azalea” golf tees from Western Birch. Designed by golf artist Seth McWhorter, they are white with green and yellow stripes and capped with the iconic azalea flower on top. This 2024 edition also has a “’24” painted on the flag that stems from the flower.

Additionally, these bamboo tees are uber-durable, so you can get plenty of use out of them. They are 2.75-inches long and come in a box of 50.

Click below to order your own box of the azalea tees so you can start using them this spring. Or, if you are like me, buy them for a completely different purpose. True story, I bought a few packs last year and filled up a glass jar with them, a nice accent piece to the home office (at least in my humble opinion).

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Western Birch “Azalea” Limited Edition Bamboo Golf Tee

 – New 2024 edition of the Western Birch “Azalea” golf tee with art designed by golf artist Seth McWhorter! – Box of 50 – 2.75″ tees – Thicker Shank Golf Tee creating more durability – FREE SHIPPING
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