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Golf Etiquette Quick Reference Guide 5 years 7 months ago #98668

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Probably one of the coolest, easiest and most well laid out guide to correct golf conduct book made its way over to GB headquarters today. Written by Yves C. Ton-That and available on Golf Rules Made Easy, the quick guide covers everything you need to know in order to play on any course around the world with confidence. From preparing for your round at home to having a drink at the 19th hole, Ton-That explains the code of conduct in his usual concise and understandable way. Each point is clearly illustrated and is ideal for experienced golfers as well as beginners.

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Golf Etiquette Quick Reference Guide 5 years 7 months ago #98670

I agree with you Corey !
I wish golfers would take a little time and learn some Golf Etiquette. There are many who just go to the course and just create unnecessary delays. This guide is quick and easy. I keep it in my bag for easy refreshers.

Re:Golf Etiquette Quick Reference Guide 5 years 7 months ago #98671

Weird that I was just thinking about reading up on this subject after my round this past Saturday. I step into a clubhouse and get so nervous for some reason that I am going to do something that is found rude. Then it gets worse as I step onto the course. Or maybe I just have some kind of mental disability ha ha. Will look into this for sure.
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Golf Etiquette Quick Reference Guide 5 years 7 months ago #98689

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I know some folks that this should be on their required reading list.

Golf Etiquette Quick Reference Guide 5 years 7 months ago #98710

toddvw wrote:
I know some folks that this should be on their required reading list.

I see many people that need to read this and I agree it should be required.
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Thanks for sharing. What does it say about playing music in your cart? I'm still not sure how I feel about that......but it's becoming more common.