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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.

Tagged under: sports,fitness,golf,sportsmanship,golf ball,golf club,etiquette,respect,players,games

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