Golf ball teeing devices for use on the practice range that automatically tee up balls.
There are many assistive devices that enable golfers with disabilities to play the game. These include specially-designed golf clubs, mobility devices, gripping aides, practice facilities, and equipment, such as automated ball teeing devices, ball retrieval aides, etc.
Unfortunately, for a variety of reasons, manufacturers of adaptive and assistive devices for golf are sometimes unable to sustain their business and the products advertised may not be available. The recommended source for finding current information on accessible golf equipment is the National Center on Accessibility website (www.ncaonline.org).
Browsing the internet may also produce results for equipment that can meet individual needs. Another very important note is to be skeptical about products that state that they are "ADA approved". There is no such thing as being "ADA approved", and history has shown that some equipment manufacturers do not fully understand what accessibility really means. If you find equipment that interests you, check to make sure that the product(s) are still available and the information is current.