While the majority of tee pads are cement, rubber mats or natural, these astroturf tees are seen in certain areas of the country. Not the easiest to clean, but extremely grippy to ensure proper footwork and maximum launch potential.
A simple 5' x 12' concrete tee pad provides disc golf courses with top notch launching pads, and allows courses to charged players to play due to the increased maintenance that went into the project. Tee pads are typically concrete, rubber or natural --- this picture comes from Park Circle DGC in Charleston, SC.
The leading disc golf bag on tour is by Grip EQ. This backpack style bags holds 20+ and two 32 oz water bottles discs in addition to multiple pockets for miscellaneous items. Incredibly comfortable, this is a must for the advanced disc golfer!
A DISCatcher Sport by Innova Discs is the best on affordability and professional presentation. Weighing less than 40 pounds, this basket sets up in less than 5 minutes and is great for temporary courses, as well as locations like campgrounds, churches and small park systems.