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On The Course: Slow Play

Watch the clock – It is important to be mindful of your pace of play on the course. A typical round of golf for a group of four golfers should take no more than 4 hours, this is a little over 13 minutes per hole. Most golf carts, particularly...

On The Course: Tee Times

Avoid the rush – Give yourself ample time prior to your round to be on the tee box 10 minutes or so before your allotted time. As a rule of thumb, I would always be finished warming up and ready to walk over to the tee box as the group in...

At the Short Game Facilities

Share the green – Putting greens are often limited to the number of holes they will have in them to putt to. On days where the practice green is busy, allow others to putt to the same hole as you and do not spend time working on putting drills...

On the Driving Range

Spatial awareness – When hitting golf balls be wary of the other golfers around you. Be sure to give yourself ample room from the golfers in front and particularly behind you. You will see videos on social media of people accidentally standing...

On The Course

Spatial awareness – Be mindful of where all your playing partners are before taking a practice swing or swing at the ball. It is customary, or polite etiquette, to stand off to the side of the golfer playing the shot, in front of them but...