Is Etiquette In Golf Dead????

This week’s USGA Greens Section email poses the question of etiquette on the golf course. No…this is not another “Speed of Play” issue; although, the push by the PGA is a much welcomed campaign! This article examines the responsibility of players in caring for the course. From a course owner’s perspective, it is often disheartening to see willful damage done to the course. It is just as sad to see damage caused by disregard for the hard work a maintenance crew puts into the course or by simple laziness. It’s hard to change those people. BUT…some damage is caused by golfers who just have never thought about it…why replace divots, rake traps or take care where carts are driven? If you want to do YOUR part in keeping the course/s you play to be in better shape, then please read the whole article: USGA Greens Section

 

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