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Angle, Height and Time Comparisons

With only less than a second of additional time, T-LevL can provide:







Teeing comparison


Conventional Teeing
No Angular deviation from upright(deg)[1] Height deviation from 1.34 inch high(inch)[2] Teeing time(second)[3]
1 4.0 0.02 3.75
2 7.0 0.14 3.56
3 4.5 0.22 5.29
4 1.0 0.09 5.66
5 9.5 0.14 4.56
6 3.0 0.07 3.62
7 6.5 0.16 3.88
8 6.0 0.04 3.85
9 0.5 0.21 3.61
10 4.5 0.07 3.00
11 3.0 0.00 3.96
12 6.0 0.05 3.63
13 4.0 0.23 3.87
14 7.0 0.02 4.39
15 6.5 0.03 3.48
16 4.0 0.18 3.89
17 7.0 0.19 3.70
18 5.5 0.02 3.52
Total     71.22
Avg 4.97 0.10 3.96
Min 0.50 0.00 3.00
Max 9.50 0.23 5.66
Std Dev 2.26 0.08 0.65
Teeing with T-LevL
No Angular deviation from upright(deg)[1] Height deviation from 1.34 inch high(inch)[2] Teeing time(second)[3]
1 2.0 0.00 4.61
2 0.0 0.02 4.40
3 0.5 0.02 6.02
4 0.5 0.01 4.17
5 2.5 0.02 4.38
6 2.0 0.03 4.76
7 2.5 0.02 4.92
8 0.5 0.00 5.23
9 0.0 0.01 4.85
10 0.0 0.02 4.38
11 0.5 0.00 5.27
12 0.5 0.02 4.73
13 1.5 0.00 5.53
14 0.5 0.01 5.20
15 0.5 0.01 4.92
16 1.0 0.02 4.36
17 0.0 0.02 4.53
18 0.0 0.03 4.16
Total     86.42
Avg 0.83 0.02 4.80
Min 0.00 0.00 4.16
Max 2.50 0.03 6.02
Std Dev 0.87 0.01 0.50

Note:
Tests were done on a flat and level ground.
Tests were done by a typical recreational golfer.

[1] Angular deviation is the maximum deviation from an upright tee position.
[2] Golfer was asked to tee at about 1.34 inch high, which is a recommended height for a large driver. This corresponds to index D on T-LevL.
[3] Time is taken from the moment a tee is about to touch a ball to the moment hand leaves the ball on the tee (conventional), or from the moment a tee is about to touch the T-LevL to the moment hand leaves the ball on the tee (using T-LevL).
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