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Speed of Play

During the course of a game speed of play is extremely important. A golfer should always be ready to play their shot when it is deemed to be there turn. If possible without disrupting or getting in the way of another golfer, always move to your ball as soon as possible. Do not wait for others to hit their shots and then decide it might be time for you to find and prepare to hit your ball. Once you have located your ball and are waiting for others to hit, you should think about your upcoming shot. Club selection, target, wind conditions and so forth can all be determined while waiting for others to hit. If this is done it should take no more than 30 seconds for you to hit your ball once it becomes your turn (unless your name is Sergio).




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