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Respect the game of golf as well as fellow players by following this etiquette guide.
Step 1: Learn the course rules
Check the scorecard to learn course rules, including how to deal with out-of-bounds balls, lost balls, unplayable lies, cart paths, and water hazards.
Step 2: Wait to hit the ball
Wait until the group in front of you is at a safe distance before you hit the ball.
Yell "Fore!" if your shot gets close to another player.
Step 3: Avoid slow play
Avoid slow play by walking at a reasonable speed between shots. Encourage others to play if you are not ready.
Step 4: Stand behind your opponent
Stand behind your opponent and try not to make any noise while they are taking a shot.
Avoid yelling or throwing clubs at any time.
Step 5: Replace divots and pitch marks
Replace divots and pitch marks as they occur.
Step 6: Avoid walking in opponent's line
Avoid walking in your opponent’s putting line. Mark your ball with a marker or coin, and offer to attend the flag when you are on the green.
Step 7: Shake hands with players
Show good sportsmanship by shaking hands with your opponents.
Did You Know?
In 1860, the first British Open was held at Prestwick Golf Club in Scotland.
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