Reminding ourselves that it’s just a game is of the utmost importance if we are to have success on the golf course. In Common Courtesy Makes Good Golfing Sense, author Anita Newman passes along her personal recommendations to assist amateur golfers in playing successfully.
Remembering that how we behave on the golf course can affect other players in our group will go a long way to keeping any negative behaviours in check. Following the guidance in Common Courtesy Makes Good Golfing Sense, amateur golfers will not only be able to enjoy their good rounds but also better enjoy their bad ones and, more importantly, be enjoyable to play with.
This self-improvement guide for amateur golfers is interspersed with thought-provoking quotations and clever cartoons, making it yet another easy and delightful read in the Courtesy Books series. The cited rules are not only used by The Royal Canadian Golf Association but also by the United States Golf Association and the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St. Andrew's, Scotland.
“An easy read book with lots of good basic information for new and aspiring golfers, as well as perhaps a reminder to some more seasoned golfers.” —Dana Wong, Canadian Golf Teachers Federation, Professional and Certified Master Clubfitter/Clubmaker United States