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Golf Etiquette Basics For Beginners (18 helpful tips)

​Are you new to the game of golf? Wondering about some of the basics of golf etiquette? We’ve been in your position, and it is a little intimidating as a beginner.

Good etiquette is needed in many circumstances from dining etiquette and telephone etiquette to sports etiquette. Every sport has its own etiquette and/or unwritten set of rules that should be followed. Golf is no different, with its’ rich history, these unspoken guidelines have a lot of meaning to those that are avid golfers.  

There are, of course, many areas that you should give attention to, if you are to have good golf etiquette. It shouldn’t be something that scares you though, since these are very simple and easily mastered. To make it easy we have complied:

16 Tips on Proper Golf Etiquette.

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Read on to learn and understand golf etiquette better.

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Essential Etiquette For Business Golf

Creating and maintaining strong business relations is the foundation of success. However, it isn’t easy to get to know a client on a personal level within the tense office environment. Here comes business golf. It was once known as the domain of executive elites, but in the recent decade has become accessible for people who wish to develop and strengthen their business relations in a calm and comfortable environment.

Golf offers a window into the conduct, values, and personalities of others. This proves to be rather beneficial in business dealings as the behavior of a client on the course is a reflection of their business ethics and character. However, in order to ensure that business relationships are successfully built and improved, one must follow the etiquette of business golf. Click the image to see the tips now!

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Business and Golf – Why Is It A Successful Combo?

Golf courses aren’t strangers to business and have always maintained a good relationship. Golf is a sport which is practiced outdoors, walking, chasing and shooting the ball over lush green lawns and it is a perfect time to create long and lasting business relations. There is more than enough time for businessmen to have talks related to business between holes.

It can be safely said that numerous business agreements are made on the daily basis on almost every golf course around the globe. There are various reasons why a golf course is a great place to settle a business deal or a proposal. From the relaxed and calm setting, to the quiet and peace essential for reflection, golf courses offer the perfect atmosphere for businessmen to make decisions and improve relationships.

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Golfing Fore Business – 21 Tips to Networking on the Golf Course

So you’re heading out to play a round of golf down at the local course near where you live. It’s going to be busy, like it usually is. You are going to be paired up with 3 other people that you don’t know. It is stressing you out, but it doesn’t have to!

Or maybe the boss has chosen you to go attend the industry networking golf tournament and wants you to do some business development on the course, but you don’t know what the best strategy is.

Well, we are here to help with…

How to Network on the Golf Course – 21 Tips, and why they work

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What Business Golf Teaches About Leadership

Golf is the sport of choice for many and is especially prevalent in the business community. The game is played passionately and with high expectations. It might even get frustrating and difficult between (and during) holes but merely a single great shot makes it all worthwhile. Leadership is similar to golf. Leaders are passionately and enthusiastic about their responsibilities. Their hard work, determination, and passion can yield successful results in some cases but in some they get to face dismal results. There are numerous leadership lessons that can be learned from business golf. Some of them are discussed below: 

1.     In Certain Situations, You Have to Go Big

Both in golf and leadership, there comes a time where you have to take some risks. In these situations, a safe strategy might keep you in the race but in order to achieve success, you simply have to take a chance and go big. In the office this can mean you decide to invest in that product you’ve been thinking about that costs a lot but might bring in high end clients. On the course, this could mean trying to clear that water hazard to hit the green and shave a stroke off your score.

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