Morley Yellow Tees were covered under a patent issued March 10, 1925, as
stated on the box. According to their ad in the June 1927 issue of Golf
Illustrated, each Yellow tee was "die molded, made of fibre and will
not damage the lawn mower." Plus they would also improve your game by
"registering on the bottom of the club how the ball is hit"!
The Morley tee box, which advertises the maker—Morley Button
Manufacturing Co.—is perfect.
The Arrow tee box, which holds wooden Arrow tees, is also perfect. Arrow Tees were made by Golf Tee Co.