Golf Etiquette Quick Reference Guide to Play By

November 4, 2014

Nobody really remembers all of the Rules of Golf. Let’s be honest with one another. They are not only hard to understand, but amateur golfers like you and me care more about hitting our next shot than racking our brains over when a penalty should be assessed or not. When it comes to practicing proper golf etiquette, most of us could use a quick refresher.

Luckily, the folks over at have come up with a great quick reference guide that every player in your foursome should own.


Authored by Yves C. Ton-That, a former rules official and best-selling golf author, Golf Etiquette Quick Reference is a unique quick reference booklet that can not only improve your golf game but your demeanor on the course as well. Ton-That’s first guide sold more than one million copies and is the best-selling golf book in the U.S.; It has been translated into more than twenty languages. This pocket sized guide covers everything golfers of all skill levels need to know, so that they can play any course in the world with confidence.

The topics range from preparing for the round at home to enjoying a drink at the 19th hole; safety, courtesy and fixing divots.It also includes, order of play, pitch marks and conceding a stroke. And last, but not least, some great information on the 10 golden rules for fast play. The guidelines illustrated in the booklet are explained in a concise and understandable way. In addition, the guide is also illustrated in color and categorized for each situation a golfer might come across on and off the course.

For more information on where you can purchase this handy guide, be sure to visit