A golf teeing device. The golf teeing device preferably engages with a surface, such as an artificial golf mat, such that the user may conveniently place a golf ball to be hit. The golf teeing device is preferably comprised of a base and a top, wherein the base has extensions or hooks that extend in a substantially downward and sideways manner. These hooks, when rotated, grip into the artificial golf mat and hold the invention in place on the mat. The top of the golf teeing device is configured to engage with a golf ball and/or golf tee.