Golf Course Etiquette: Manners for On & Off the Green : Etiquette for Driving a Golf Cart
Golf Course Etiquette: Manners for On & Off the Green : Etiquette for Driving a Golf Cart


Hi, I am Kinsey Snyder on behalf of Expert
Village. In this clip, we are going to talk about golf course etiquette on the fairway.
Usually, you will encounter three specific rules: one is cart path only after heavy rain,
you will see this with cart paths all the way around on the golf course, it is pretty
self explanatory, keep all four wheels on the cart path at all times. The other is scatter,
where, if the golf course has cart paths that in past the tee box, you will see a sign that
says scatter, carts can usually go anywhere, specifically try and do 90 degrees. And in
this example, we have 90 degree rule, which at the golf course today is the rule. As you
can see the golfer’s going to come up and hang an immediate left, in a 90 degree fashion,
and from here he can drive across the fairway, or stop by his ball, whatever he would like,
and he can keep going all the way into the rough you see down there, but always be aware
to keep out of the environmentally sensitive areas and areas that are marked.

5 thoughts on “Golf Course Etiquette: Manners for On & Off the Green : Etiquette for Driving a Golf Cart”

  1. julian moore says:

    2nd comment 🙂

  2. Wade Cole says:

    4th comment 🙂

  3. MrAids5000 says:

    5th comment 🙂

  4. Darin Chin says:

    so ooooooooooooooooold

  5. 42luke roblox says:

    Yeah, but making the 90 degree turn on grass ruins it more I would think.

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