Pace of Play
Plan you’re shot while walking to your ball or while others are cryplaying.
Be ready to play when it is your turn to play, particularly on the putting green.
Walk briskly between shots.
Walk directly to your golf ball; don’t follow other players to theirs unless assisting in a search.
If riding, take several clubs with you to your ball so you won’t have to walk back to the cart.
Be efficient with pre-shot routines.
Don’t step off yardage for every single golf shot, develop an “eye” for distance (especially if you are playing the same golf course every day/week).
Take only one look at the line of play/putt from behind the ball.
Take only one practice swing.
Play a provisional ball if you think the original may be lost outside a water hazard or out of bounds.
Record scores on the next teeing ground while others are playing or after you have played your tee shot.
Position your golf clubs and cart on the side of the green that is closest to the next tee.