We ladies know both common courtesy and common sense, and that is what golf etiquette is all about so it’s easy for us to practice. At Spring Valley Golf and Lodge, there are a few principles we would like to touch on as a reminder, including:
Do all you can to keep the pace of play. It’s no fun to be out on the course for hours and hours, so strive to “play ready golf”, keep quiet when it is someone else’s turn and don’t hit into the group in front of you.
Keep golf carts away from tees and greens, make sure you repair divots and ball marks and I like to always clean up after the group in front, including broken tees and trash. Leave the course better than you found it.
Yes golf is an old sport that we can play when we are 6 and still be playing at 85, so the sport is steeped in history and tradition. How well you play is less important than how you behave while you play.
I’d suggest no profanity, however, that’s a one hard for many to follow! But we all know how frustrated we can get at this game. Mainly, sportsmanship and courtesy are the most important.
At Spring Valley Golf and Lodge, we welcome players of all skill levels to come and play on our course. With beautiful scenery, well-maintained rolling greens and lodging complete with a variety of amenities, we are your top destination for your next group golf outing! Enjoy homemade meals and personalized service during your stay. Contact us today to learn more!