Dress Regulations

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Golf Etiquette

To enjoy the great game of golf we need to be aware of 3 facets of the game:



Arrive at least 15 minutes early to check-in.
Have no more than 4 in a group.
Be prepared to have others join you if have less than 4 in your group.
Be ready to play when it is your time to tee off.
Refer to course scorecard for distances, hole layout and local rules.


Honour system vs. Ready Golf
Mark your ball so that you can identify it.
Hit ONLY when golfers ahead of you are out of range.
Stand still and facing other golfers while they are hitting.
Watch where all balls go to avoid time spent looking for lost balls.
Yell the warning “FORE!” if your ball is heading toward another golfer.



Player furthest from the hole plays first.
Keep pace with the group in front of you at all times.
Assist playing partners when needed by bringing clubs, finding lost balls, etc.



Place your bag or cart between the green and the next tee box.
Take all clubs you may need.
Repair your ball marks and one other.
Avoid stepping on another player’s putting line.
Players begin putting when all balls are on the green.
The person furthest away from the hole putts first.
On long putts have another player attend the flagstick.
Mark your ball if it is in the path of another player’s ball.
Record all scores on the next tee.



The number one problem in golf today is SLOW PLAY! The following tips can help you keep pace with the group in front of you at all times.
Be ready to hit when it is your turn.
If a player is required to return to the tee to replay his tee shot,it is polite to call through the group following. Limit practice swings to one or none.
Consider all options as you approach your ball to make decisions quickly.
Watch all balls until they stop rolling to avoid lengthy searches.
All players should go directly to their own ball and play when ready.
If you do fall behind, let faster groups play through.
Continue putting until holed out unless you would be standing on someone’s putting line.
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