Inspired by the fixtures and fittings from signs on US roadways, highways and train stations, these golf course signs come in a variety of styles. There are different styles of posts with decorative bases and tops that can be added to give your course that extra touch of sophistication and flair.
Think Roaring Twenties Chicago, Grand Central Terminal New York or US Route 66 and you will see where the inspiration for the materials and style of these signs originates from.
We offer 3 styles of posts. These are rounded, fluted, and square with the additional option of a decorative base (as pictured).
All posts, bases and finials are powder coated with the option of many colours.
Standard & Bespoke Options
The shapes, colours and styles are down to us….the difficulty here is choosing, which is down to you. Once you establish what you want and how it needs to look, it will be our pleasure to make it for you. Your course is unique so make it stand out and define it. If you need any advice or guidance with your decision making, we have a design team who will be on hand to help you.
Standard Sizes: 10" x 15" 12" x 18" 14" x 20" 16" x 24" - Border Options: Inset, Edge or no border style
Made of cast aluminium and cast bronze, our markers last a very long time and we are the only ones in the industry using ‘marine grade’ clearcoat on all our projects. Why settle for boring stone when you can do custom cast markers for less money especially when freight is factored?
Let us customized a marker to fit your course’s unique needs.
Customizing markers to fit your club’s logo is not a problem. Our creative team can design and create a complete bespoke marker for your needs.
Keep your players going in the right direction with our range of directional signs. These signs should convey a clear message, be easy to see and to read and should be consistent with your course appearance. Whether it is helping golfers to park, check in, find the next tee or to find the clubhouse after the round, directional signs help control the movement people and lead to an overall enjoyable experience at your course.
Established residents were new residents once and finding where to go is important within the residential community or estate. Guests arriving for the first time will need to know the best route to follow. You may have added some new facilities or made changes to your traffic flow and residential signs will help get people to where they need to be, safely and securely.