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Etiquette is not just for tea parties

Posted by Meg Maher on Sep 29, 2016 11:00:00 AM
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Veteran golfers know there is a right way and a wrong way to golf.  For folks who only dabble with golf and perhaps participate in one or two charity tournaments a year, the etiquette expected on a private golf course may be a bit foggy.

Quick Tips to Play Golf the Right Way is an excellent quick read for those wanting to not embarrass themselves on the back 9.

Did you know you can not have any more than 14 clubs in your bag?  Did you know you are supposed to stay on the green until everyone holes out?  These are the little gems of wisdom from mygolfinstructor.com.

It's fantastic to accept an invite to play or have lunch with a friend at his or her club...be sure to check the website for dress code policies and keep this little article in mind as a reminder that etiquitte is for more than tea parties and horse races!

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