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Teeing ground: area where play begins on a golf hole. Edit this description in the wiki page. Edit this description in the data item.
Rendering in OSM Carto
Landuse grass.png
Group: leisure
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysmay be used on areas (and multipolygon relations)should not be used on relations (except multipolygon relations)
Status: de facto

Area where play begins on a golf hole. Be aware there may be up to 4 tee boxes on a given hole, often with significant displacement from each other, and sometimes approaching the green from different directions. These are usually denoted by colours (most commonly blue, white and red, but may also be green, yellow, black) and names (Championship, Members', Women's). These can be tagged with corresponding keys such as tee=red, tee=championship tags.

How to map

Draw an area area around the ground and tag it with golf=tee.

Or add this tag to the starting point of the path golf=hole.

It is sufficient if ref=* is specified at golf=hole. See example.

Pitching green

These are practice areas, usually surrounded by bunkers, where the short strokes (under 50 meters) are practised.

You can also use golf=tee for this area.

The colour reference a tee belongs to is often mapped as tee=<COLOUR>, e.g. tee=gold or tee=gold;white.


Example golf hole.jpg
Link: openstreetmap.fr

See also