The French put LOVE into everything they do.
TecTecTec !® is designed in France. Our engineers are very passionate about creating the highest quality golf products at the most affordable prices possible.
Contestants showed us how much they
by posting a photo or video for a chance
to win a TecTecTec !® ULT-X® Rangefinder.
Thank you to all contestants who entered the I Love Golf Contest. Your photos and videos truly warmed our hearts and it was fun to see these beautiful and very creative examples of how much people love golf!
Due to the overwhelmingly positive responses across Facebook, Instagram, and email, we decided that we couldn't give away just one grand prize - there were three grand prize winners!
We hope you enjoyed this contest. Continue watching your email and following TecTecTec !® on social media for more opportunities to enter future giveaways. Our next competition is in March! Stay tuned!
CONGRATULATIONS!!! Our three GRAND PRIZE WINNERS of TecTecTec !® ULT-X® Rangefinders:
Mike Dorn (Email photo)
Quinn Hunter (Instagram photo)
Jeff Gordon (Facebook video)
Photo credit: Mike Dorn, Texas, USA
"I just started golfing 3 1/2 years ago. I love it. I also have been riding motorcycles for many years and I love that as well. Now I have the difficult decision when it is nice out do I ride the motorcycle or do I golf? I want to do both. So, I built a rack for the motorcycle so I can carry my clubs on the motorcycle. Now I can ride the motorcycle to the golf course anywhere in the country."
Photo credit: Quinn Hunter, Georgia, USA
"I love golf, I have since I was a teenager. It gives me the chance to challenge myself, to feel failure and victory. It is fun, it really is. Most of all it gives you around 4 hours to be with someone away from all other distractions and just build real relationships. These are my two best friends and we had an amazing trip to Bandon golf resort. "DISCLAIMER" Besides my marriage and my children, it doesn't get better than this!"
Video credit: John Gordon, Ontario, Canada
"Love golf, but miss it in winter. Wonder how far those iceberg greens are?"