When we added 19 holes to Buhlow, we used DGA tee signs. We disposed of all the little stickers and had 8.5 x 11 stickers made for all the new and existing sign posts. We paid $8 each for the stickers that we bought from Highway Materials & Signs in Alexandria, LA. We supplied the graphics and so the money spent was basically for a print job on weather and UV resistant stickers. The stickers were applied to the blank new signs and over the existing ones. If you can provide the sign post and the sign backing, this isn't a bad way to go. Otherwise, I would suggest contacting a signmaker in your area and getting prices if no one here has a signmaker to recommend.
james I have found that simple is good; show accurate distance as well as angels. I really like the new ones at bap. very simple; we tried the more difficult ones and they seemed to not handle the weather well.