Important Golf Etiquette Tips


Important Golf Etiquette Tips

BALL MARKSBefore you start lining up your putt, remember that your perfect shot also left a ball mark. If this mark is not repaired, or is repaired incorrectly, it can scar the green for weeks. Please carry a repair tool and always take pleasure in repairing the ball marks you make.

REPAIRING DIVOTS - A simple way of caring for the course, that can have immediate and long-term benefits for playability, is to sand your divots. Not only can an un-repaired divot leave a bumpy surface they also provide and opportunity for weeds to invade.

BUNKERS - Sand bunkers were never meant to be a day at the beach, but there is no reason to make them any more difficult. Please rake your footprints and any other disturbances we create in the sand is basic sand etiquette.

GOLF CARTS - It is important to know that golf carts can make golf more accessible and can damage the course if not properly used. Please avoid abrupt starts, stops and turns that can damage grass. Steer clear of waterlogged or puddled surfaces or extremely dry grass that is showing signs of tire traffic. Be sure to adhere and respect any specific cart policies and traffic control signs.