Custom Dye-Sublimated Tube Flags
- Dye Sublimated For Longevity
- Fully Customizable and Unique to You
- Endless Design Possibilities
Any Color Combination:
If you can think it, we can print it! We can help you choose the colors that compliment your logo best, or if you already have a color in mind and/or know the color code (HEX, RGB, CYMK) we can match it. We can even change the colors of your logo!*
Whether you need a border or not, numbers or text, or simply your logo** on the flags – we can do it! If you have a custom graphic that you want displayed on your flag, or you’d like to show off your sponsors – we are here for you! If you have a new feature and would like to advertise or you want to honor someone special – it’s all possible with Bayco Custom Golf Flags!
Unlimited Choice – One Price:
We offer several different sizes of custom golf flags, of which 14”x20” and 6”x8” are most common. We also provide three different shapes – rectangle, burgee, and pennant. You can order them double sided (DS) or single sided (SS). Our prices for each flag type/size are the same no matter what colors or layout you choose. There are no set up fees for proofs and you can make changes until you are satisfied with the result! Don’t be afraid to get creative, your only limit is your imagination!
*Logos must be high resolution and be either a PDF or a vector file (.ai or .eps)
** Any graphics or logos must be obtained legally and have all the required permissions to be used in your custom flag design. Bayco Golf is not responsible for any lawsuit related to the distribution of illegally obtained content.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What is dye sublimation printing?
A: Dye Sublimation is a printing process which reproduces graphics and images into various flexible and rigid substrates – in our case, fabric. Using a combination of high heat and pressure, solid dyes are absorbed directly into the fabric, creating many advantages over traditional screen-printed graphics.
Q: How are our flags made?
A: Once a design is approved, the graphic files are fitted onto a template using Illustrator. Those files are printed and then sublimated into the fabric. The fabric portion with dye is cut out and passed on to our sewing and finishing department. After finishing, the products are cleaned, checked and are packaged for shipping.
Q: What format should your artwork be in?
A: Please ensure that your artwork files are of good quality, preferably vector (.ai or .eps). Raster images, such as JPEG and PNG can be submitted but extra charges may apply should we need to re-draw them in a vector format. If you are unsure of what files you currently have, please contact us and we can assess them for you.
Q: What is the difference between raster and vector images?
A: Simply put, raster images are created by pixels and their quality depends on the DPI (dots per inch) or PPI (pixels per inch). The lower the DPI, the more “pixelated” it looks. Raster image files include .jpeg, .png, and .tiff formats.
Vector images are made up of paths with mathematical formulas telling the path what color or shape it needs to be. Thus, vector images retain their appearance regardless of size and can be scaled infinitely. Although vector files are rarely used for photographs or paintings, they are perfect for designs such as logos and illustrations. Vector files include .ai, .eps, and .dwg formats.
Q: How long does it take for the flags to be complete:
A: Once we send you the proofs and they are approved by you, it typically takes 2-3 weeks for them to be printed (on a first come, first serve basis). Shipping (depending on location) can take additional 3-7 business days in North America. Please contact us for a more accurate timeline for your specific project.
Q: What types of fabrics do we offer?
A: We offer three different fabrics for Custom Flags:
- Poplin Flags – Our poplin flags are great for heavy graphics and double sided flags because it uses an optional blocker to prevent see-through from front to back.
Note: It is the heaviest option especially if the blocker is
added. This fabric needs wind to move.
- Dura Flags – Very stable fabric that is porous and allows wind to move through it. It has 95% transparency which makes it perfect for single sided flags.
- Poly Silk Flutter – This fabric is recommended for one day events. It flutters even in low breeze settings and has 98% transparency and is very lightweight, perfect for single sided flags.