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Do you know what the proper manners on the golf course are? Here we will discuss the proper manners are on the course.
Miscellaneous Golf Etiquette
Just because I label this information as miscellaneous column doesn't make it any less important than the rest. First and foremost, never hit your ball when there is a chance you might reach the playing group ahead of you. Anytime you feel that your ball has a chance of striking another golfer, yell "fore" as loud as you can. Once you reach the golfer you almost hit, apologize to them for almost knocking them in the head. There are many times out on the golf course where you are playing so atrociously that you just want to hit someone in the head with your new super mega titanium driver. Not only is behavior like that frowned upon out on the golf course, it will probably get you arrested for attempted murder. So with that being said, small displays of frustration are okay, but outbursts of temper are not. Keep a cool head out there, and you'll play much better. Yelling and screaming profanities and throwing clubs is not only a great way to make a fool out of you, it's also a good way to hurt someone out there, thus the reason this behavior is not accepted on the golf course.
If your playing group stops for refreshments at the turn or at the end of the round, you should offer to pay for everyone, plus any caddies you might have in the group with you. However, whoever pays at the turn obviously shouldn't have to pay at the end of the round for the drinks. Once your wellplayed round is finally over, always make it a point to shake hands and congratulate veryone on a job well done. Never forget that one of the greatest pleasures of golf is the valuable time you get to spend with old friends and new. And of course, always do your best to learn and understand all the rules. If you do all of this, you will have many great rounds to come.
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