Golf Digest published in 2008 ten Arnold Palmer’s rules for good golf etiquette. Here they are.
1. Don’t be the slowest player
2. Keep your temper under control
3. Respect other people’s time
4. Repair the ground you play on
5. Be a silent partner
6. Make your golf cart “invisible”
7. Always look your best
8. Turn off the cell phone
9. Lend a hand when you can
10. Learn the little things
Arnold Daniel Palmer (September 10, 1929 – September 25, 2016) was an American professional golfer, who is generally regarded as one of the greatest players in golf history. He won numerous events on both the PGA Tour and Champions Tour, dating back to 1955. Nicknamed “The King”, he was one of golf’s most popular stars and its most important trailblazer, because he was the first superstar of the sport’s television age, which began in the 1950s.
Palmer’s social impact on behalf of golf was perhaps unrivalled among fellow professionals; his humble background and plain-spoken popularity helped change the perception of golf as an elite, upper-class pastime to a more populist sport accessible to middle and working classes. Palmer was part of “The Big Three” in golf during the 1960s, along with Jack Nicklaus and Gary Player, who are widely credited with popularising and commercialising the sport around the world. (Wikipedia.)
Source: Golf Digest
Last checked on: 28 September 2016