Granite signage sets course or club identity in stone
Using consistent signage for entrance ways and course markers establishes a courses image while signs assist golfers to navigate the fairways. Stone pylons, pedestals, posts, tee and yardage markers, directional signs, and entry signs are U.S. Bureau of Mines Class 1-rated granite that is cut, polished, and finished with chisel-cut edges and smooth-finished backs, then sand-carved using computer graphics and finished with monument paint for identifying numbers, course layouts, even corporate logos. H-Pin Anchor System sets signs into concrete foundations to prevent discoloration that occurs when burying stone in soil. Powder-coated aluminum ballwashers and trash cans can be mounted to granite using stainless steel inserts with set screws. Company oversees total process from quarrying stone to factory-direct shipping via specialized carriers.