As you can see in the photo above, our 14th tee box is striped directly towards the center of the 14th green. Although the stripes are nice to look at, these stripes are more about directing the golfer's stance than aesthetics.
Over time, due to operator error or heavy dew restricting visibility, our tee stripes can get crooked or improperly aligned. So, during our aeration closures, we take the time to re-set our tee lines.
As you can see in the photo above, twice per year, we mark new center lines on our tees. If you look at the picture closely, you can see that we have run a straight line through both tee boxes. Over the next 6-4 cuttings, the tee lines will not only remain straight and oriented toward the "A" landing area, but all of the tees will be in sync with each other.