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Having said that, let us take a look at some of the general golfing etiquette that you can put to practice, regardless if you are an amateur or a professional. These will be followed by some rather specific rules that you should be aware of at particular times during a round of golf.

Keeping Quiet

Having respect for other players means that you should be quiet whenever other golfers step up to the ball. This allows the golfer to concentrate on the swing. After all, you would want to demand the same level of respect from the other golfers.

Another thing to remember is to avoid running on the golf course. Even if this doesn't affect your game or the other golfers in your group, running around the course will distract others from their game.

Practice Playing Safely

When you step up to the ball and just before you take your swing, look around. Check if there is anyone standing in the vicinity of the area where you predict your ball will go to. Never take it for granted that the other golfers will be on the lookout to see if they're standing in your way.

Similarly http://www.thebravesshoponline.com/authentic-erick-aybar-braves-jersey/ , whenever you are practicing your swings, never do it when there are others around. It is very rude to take practice swings in the direction of other golfers.

Also remember, make it a point to never swing your club when someone is walking nearby. And vice versa, never walk around a golfer who is trying to take a swing.

Keep To Your Pace

At any given time, remember that you or your group are not the only golfers on the golf course. Thus, keep in mind that you should at all times try to keep to your pace of play at a comfortable rate. This means that there should be enough time to keep up with your group, but not too much time that you're holding up other golfers and cutting into their time.
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