Proper behaviour on the golf course
Golf etiquette refers to Behaviour on the golf course.
On the one hand, this etiquette includes clothing on the golf course as well as safety rules.
These rules should allow optimum play. Here much emphasis is placed fairness, safety and consideration for each other, as well as the protection of the golf course and nature.
There are hardly any referees or umpires in this sport, so it is important for all concerned that all adhere to the rules. A repeated violation of the rules may result in disqualification.
Should there be an incident, despite the best discipline having been observed, such that a ball is traveling in the direction of a player, “FORE” is the warning call on the golf course. Since golf is a very calm and disciplined sport, mobile phones are not allowed on the golf course. An exception to this would be an accident or to call the golf team or emergency personnel. Flights with two golfers always have priority over flights with three or four golfers. Turf that has been knocked out, called divots must be re-covered and depressed.
Wearing golf shoes without spikes is also obligatory. Shirts with a collar or jumper with collar and shorts over the knee for men and up to the knee for women are proper and respectful golf clothing. Jeans or sleeveless tops are taboo!
During a thunderstorm please leave everything where it was and seek shelter immediately!