CROSS REFERENCE TO RELATED APPLICATIONS
 Application No. 60/297,888 Filed Jun. 13, 2001 Richard Aikman, Kerrville, Tex. Golf Tee and Ball Placement Aid
SUMMARY OF INVENTION
 This invention relates to a golf ball teeing devise that allows a golfer to tee there golf ball without having to stoop or bend over. Utilizing a golf club as a handle for the devise. While also allowing the user to use the invention to retrieve the golf tee once the ball has been hit.
 This invention has no moving parts and is small and lightweight which allows it to be portable and easily stored using minimal amount of space.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF DRAWINGS
 FIG. 1 is a top view of the entire device.
 FIG. 2 is a rear view of the entire device, specifically the tee holder and tee gripping material.
 FIG. 3 is a representative view side view of entire device with all components in use.
 Reference Numerals in Drawings:
 10 Entire Device
 11 Beveled Ball Rest
 20 Golf Club Receiver Cup
 40 Tee Passageway
 50 Tee Holder
 60 Tee Gripping Material
 70 Golf Club Grip
 80 Golf Ball
 90 Golf Tee
 The present invention relates to golfing accessories and more particularly to a golf tee and ball placement aid FIGS. 1, 2 and 3 which allows the user to insert a golf tee into the ground and place their golf ball on a golf tee without having to stoop or bend over. The golf tee and ball placement aid 10 will be manufactured out of ABS plastic using an injection molding process and will be a one piece unit consisting of three components, a golf club grip receiving cup 20, golf tee holder 50 and a golf ball rest 11 FIGS. 1, and 3. The golf club grip receiving cup 20 is located on the topside of the invention and will accept the insertion of a golf club grip 70 into it, allowing the golf club 70 to used as a handle to manipulate the device. The golf tee holder 50 is a slotted appendage on the bottom side of the invention directly below the receiver cup 20 and tapered to accept a golf tee 90 into it while holding it securely with the assistance of the gripping material(high density closed cell foam) 60 for inserting the golf tee 90 into the ground. The golf ball rest 11 is a tapered circle hole in the longitudinal section of the invention at 90 degrees to the receiver cup 20 and tee holder 50. The golf ball rest 11 will be of a size that allows the golf ball 80 to protrude below the longitudinal section, which will allow the golf ball 80 to come into contact with and at rest on an inserted golf tee 90. At the end of the longitudinal section there is a passageway 40 cut from the beveled golf ball rest 11 through the outside edge. This passageway 40 will allow the device to be moved away from the golf tee 90 once the golf ball 80 as come to rest on top of the inserted golf tee 90. Although I have mentioned using ABS as the construction material for this device 10, it could also be constructed from any other similar material that can be used in an injection molding process. Also this device 10 can be used to pickup up a golf tee, if the golf tee is still inserted into the ground, the golf tee holder 50 is rotated back onto the golf tee 90 and pulled up out of the ground. If the tee is horizontal on the ground it can be lifted up using the ball holder 11 section of the device.