30 Sep '14, 1pm

The Unwritten Rules of Golf

When people talk about the honor, etiquette and life lessons of golf - they're not talking about a proper drop from a hazard or whether you dropped your marker on your ball -- they are talking about a culture of behavior that has been learned and passed down through generations of play. A breach of these norms can cause anything from disapproving glares to frosty tension - no wonder they can cause so much angst among the new players. But how do you learn them if they are, in fact, unwritten rules?! Well, here's the end of those excuses. Let's start a list of "The Unwritten Rules of Golf" - and make them written. I'll start with a round of 18 for now and we can add to these as you all name more. Then share the list - with new golfers, with old golfers who need a refresher (hey, we all know those) and those who've just never bothered to learn. Read 'em, learn 'em, live 'em.

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