This is a large box of Rite-Hite tees, measuring 4 1/4" x 2 1/4" in perfect condition. The box advertises "longer shank, bigger head, sharper point, waxed and polished."
Rite-Hite tees were sold as always able to provide the golfer with a
uniform height when teeing up the ball. The golfer used these tees by
inserting them into the ground until the bottom "ring" of the tee
contacted the ground and the tee could not be inserted any further.
Earlier golfers did not tee the ball up high. Their woods had shallow
face depths. Rite-Hite Tees were patented on Sept 15, 1925.