Monday, May 22, 2017
Three Rules of Golf Etiquette
A professional real estate developer who draws on over 25 years of experience, Allen W. Warren leads New Faze Development as the company’s founder, president, and chief executive officer. In his spare time, Allen W. Warren enjoys the outdoors and is a golf enthusiast. The following are some basic rules of golfing etiquette for those who aren’t familiar with them:
1. Keep your temper – Golf is often a frustrating game but your anger should not boil over onto the course. Avoid snap reactions to poor play, such as screaming and shouting or throwing your club, as this makes fellow players uncomfortable and may place them in danger.
2. Show up early – Arrive with about 30 minutes of spare time prior to teeing off, as this gives your starter time to prepare you for the course. Showing up at the last minute often delays the course’s tee sheet, meaning other players have to wait longer to get started.
3. Rake bunkers – Each time you play a bunker shot, take some time to rake the bunker to smooth it over for later players. Nobody wants their ball to land in a sandpit created due to a previous players efforts to escape the bunker.