Power Tee

Power Tee, the world's premier automated teeing system, is used at driving ranges and practice facilities in 18 countries.

BOSTON, Mass – If you own a driving range or know a lot about the golf industry, then you know the Power Tee success story.

Power Tee and is currently installed and featured at 80% of the golf ranges in the United Kingdom including St. Andrews, The Belfry, and Celtic Manor. Power Tee offices are located in Jacksonville, Florida and Swindon, United Kingdom. The fast-growing company is currently automating the bays in ranges in 18 countries, teeing up more than 6 million balls each day. Power Tee is used at McGolf Driving Range & Learning Center in Dedham (MA).

“We are excited to have Cozy Acres Golf Complex on board as a part of our Power Tee family as we continue to broaden our reach,” said Martin Wyeth, owner of Power Tee, in a press release. “Being the first Power Tee range in the state of Indiana makes me believe Michael Dowell and Cozy Acres will see an increase in customers once word gets out. We look forward to working with Michael and can’t wait to hear what their customers think.”

Bay Breeze Golf course Power Tee opening

In May, Power Tee installed six machines at Cozy Acres Golf Complex making it the only Power Tee range in the state of Indiana. Michael Dowell owns Cozy Acres Golf Complex and had been looking to make improvements and enhance the overall customer experience. While attending the PGA Merchandise Show in January, Michael, and his assistant Heather, discovered Power Tee. When Mike and Heather first saw Power Tee, they thought it was a very intriguing product and something their customers would enjoy.

“Anything that benefits us and our customers is something we want to be a part of,” said Dowell. “I’m sure none of our customers have seen something like Power Tee, so we are excited to bring it to Cozy Acres and let them give it a try”.

Power Tee sales rep Mike Meleski identified the first opportunity in Indiana as Cozy Acres Golf Complex after conversations with Michael Dowell at the PGA Merchandise Show.

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“Being able to get the truck and trailer in front of the customers at Cozy Acres I think really helped show Michael how much Power Tee could help his facility,” said Power Tee sales rep Mike Meleski. “People from all ages were trying it out. I was there for two hours watching them hit off the mats and they loved it.”

Since the installation, Cozy Acres Golf Complex customers have been thrilled with Power Tee.

“Our customers have been trying them out constantly,” added Maleski. “The kids seem to really enjoy it and our senior population loves it. I am seeing older gentleman who have never hit balls on the range come out and hit multiple buckets after using Power Tee. We are looking to expand our range and add more Power Tees.”



Jim got his start in golf writing with a gig at a Connecticut-based golf magazine, where he interviewed Ernie Els, among others. Since then, he’s covered tournaments for the LPGA, PGA Tour, Champions Tour and many amateur events. His work has been published in a number of magazines including GolfBoston Travel & Leisure, Southern New England Golf, New England Golf Monthly and Rhode Island Monthly. Jim ‘s favorite golf courses are Kebo Valley in Bar Harbor, Maine, Pebble Beach and Furry Creek in Vancouver B.C. and almost any Donald Ross course. Jim can be reached by email at golfer1051@yahoo.com.

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