1.The Home Course, DuPont, Wash.Photo By Matt Ginella
2.John Deere Classic (2010), TPC Deere Run, Silvis, Ill.
3.Royal Oaks C.C., Vancouver, Wash.Photo Courtesy of Royal Oaks C.C.
4.FedEx St. Jude Classic (2004), TPC Southwind, MemphisFUN FACT:Stanford University Golf Course uses cardinal red for the tips and rival University of California (Berkeley) blue for the forward tees: opposite of most courses.
5.Ansley G.C. at Settindown Creek, Roswell, Ga.Photo Courtesy of Ansley G.C. at Settindown Creek
6.Bull's Bridge G.C., South Kent, Conn.Photo Courtesy of Bull's Bridge G.C.
7.Friendly's Classic (1995), Crestview C.C., Agawam, Mass.Photo By Bob Ewell
8.Tour Championship (2010), East Lake G.C., AtlantaFUN FACT:Augusta National has used hickory logs as tee markers for the Masters since 1972. Before that time, white faux golf balls defined the teeing area.
9.Sentosa G.C., SingaporePhoto Courtesy of Sentosa G.C.
10.KLM Open (2006), Kennemer G. & C.C., Netherlands
11.Congressional C.C., Bethesda, Md.FUN FACT:Double Eagle Club in Galena, Ohio, which ranks T-64 on Golf Digest's list of America's 100 Greatest Golf Courses, does not use tee markers.
12.Wegmans LPGA (2009), Locust Hill C.C., Pittsford, N.Y.
13.Sony Open (2005), Waialae C.C., Honolulu, Hawaii.
14.U.S. Women's Open Championship (2007), Pine Needles Lodge & G.C., Southern Pines, N.C.
15.Hyundai Tournament of Champions (2011), The Plantation Course, Kapalua, Hawaii.
16.BMW Charity Pro-Am at the Cliffs (2005), Chanticleer Course at Greenville C.C., Greenville, S.C.
17.Wyndham Championship (2011), Sedgefield Country Club, Greensboro, N.C.
18.Omega Mission Hills World Cup (2011), Mission Hills' Blackstone Course, Hainan Island, China.
19.The Players Championship (2012), The Stadium Course at TPC Sawgrass, Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.Submitted by @PGATOUR.
20.The Presidents Cup (2011), The Royal Melbourne Golf Club, Melbourne, Australia.Submitted by @PGATOUR.