Golf Etiquette

Grasping all the relevant do’s and don’ts of golf takes time. So you’re comfortable on any golf course and with any player, use this list as a good start for the rules of golf etiquette.
Do:
? Play at a reasonable pace.
? Repair ball marks, replace divots, and rake bunkers.
? Pay attention to the rules as they are laid out and administered by the R&A and the USGA.
? Have the player who is farthest away from the pin hit first on each shot.
? Let the winner of the previous hole to tee off first at the next tee.
? Take a caddie whenever possible.
? Turn in every score for handicap purposes.
? Respect the rules and regulations of the course you are playing.
Don’t:
? Move or talk while someone in your group is hitting the ball (or about to hit).
? Ask your opponent what club he hit.
? Walk across the line of another player’s putt on the green.
? Hit your shots until the group in front of you is well out of range.
? Hold up other players.