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Rules And Etiquette At Golf Courses

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For a number of people, Golf is one of the most calming and relaxing ways and means to spend their pastime. As we all know Golf is not a sport that one can play in the confines of one’s home unless the boundaries of our homes are spread over multiple acres of land. So, joining a golf club is one of the most convenient ways to give wings to out pastime passion. For this purpose, one may join a golf club which is not far away from one’s home or locality. If you are to join a golf club far away from your home then you must make sure that you have a mode of conveyance when you want to go play.

If you are a resident of Ontario then you have a number of options when it comes to joining a golf club. Ontario also has many social clubs which have a member’s only golf course. So, you also have the option of joining one of the social clubs that have a golf course. This way you will be able to socialize with people and play golf at the same club. Quite obviously this will have multiple benefits for you. But you must keep in mind the membership fees of these social clubs. You must try and understand the fact that the membership fees of such social clubs are higher than the membership fees of normal golf clubs.

However, as already stated the benefits of joining a social club of a golf course are a lot more than the benefits of joining a normal golf club. In most cases, the membership of social clubs will include membership for your entire family. This is another added benefit of joining a social club. You can consider becoming a member of Beacon Hall Club if you are a resident of Ontario. This club has one of the finest golf courses in the country. If you are a true Golf lover then you will have a lot of fun and enjoyment at this private golf course. Please keep in mind that this golf course can be used only by the members of the club.

Now, after you have joined a club where you can access the golf course and play the game you must learn a few basic golf course rules and etiquettes. The first of these etiquettes is that you should not play in groups that have more than four players. Please understand the fact that playing with more than four members in a group is not barred by law or by the club’s rules. But, larger groups cause a lot of delay in the game and hence other members have to spend a lot of time waiting for their turn. So, it would be better if you are considerate towards others as well.

You can also be considerate towards the other members of the club by playing your game in as timely a manner as possible. Taking too much time delays other people’s turn.