Originally Posted by olydiscgolf
DONT CONSERVE MATERIALS ON CONCRETE TEE PADS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
If your going to take the time to do concrete, do it once and do it right! Concrete itself is NOT expensive to pour. The MAX you will pay is $100 a yard, when we poured Yauger, it was $65 per yard. One yard will do 46656 sq". A tee pad that is 5' x12' x3.5" =30240sq".
Olydiscgolf is right on as far as size, though you may want to cushion yourself a bit because of the level of the ground (may require a bit more if not perfectly level). Another consideration is how long it takes to pour, they allow about 10 minutes a yard, after that they start to charge by the hour. One truck cost us about $800, the other right over $1000 because we were taking the concrete to distant tee pads that the truck could not reach. For those pads I went to United Rental and got a yard concrete mixer that was on it's own trailer. The truck poured the concrete into the smaller mixer and we were able to go up through the hills by truck (you have to cap the end of the small mixer by strapping on a peice of plywood or it would spill). The pads we poured for the 3rd course are 5 ft 9 inches by 12 ft, except for hole #16 which is 5 ft 9 inches by 16 ft.
hope this helps!