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There is nothing more annoying than having your golf game slowed down to a snail's pace because of inconsiderate players or beginner golfers who just don't know any better.

In addition to learning how to speed up the pace by reducing practice swings, preparing early for your next shot, and moving through a hole that has obviously defeated you, there are a few more tips that can help the game move along at a decent pace.

Choose To Use The Provisional Ball If Necessary

Creating an all-out manhunt for a potentially lost ball can waste an enormous amount of time, as well as delay the entire game for the players behind you. Most of the time you will be able to know whether or not the ball is going to be tough to locate. The best choice in such a situation is to just choose to make the provisional ball shot as soon as possible.

If you decide not to hit the provisional shot and are unsuccessful in finding the lost ball, you now have to travel all the way back to the original location where you took the shot in the first place, just to hit the ball again. Save all of this time by making the right choice in the beginning.

Make The Turn

When playing on an 18 hole course, most players tend to take a break in between the front nine holes and the back nine holes, heading off to the restroom or to buy something to eat or drink. Of course taking a few minutes to get comfortable and grab a drink is totally acceptable, however, far too many people end up resting for 30 minutes or more, causing major delays. So when coming to your halfway point, "make the turn" as soon as you can.

Stop Lingering

Once you and your group of players have all finished a hole and have made your shots, try not to linger on the green for too long. In fact, it's best to leave the green immediately. Standing around and discussing your putt shots, or anything else for that matter, is a bit inconsiderate for those people playing behind you. Just move to the next tee and adjust your scorecard, discussed the plays, etc. all when you arrive.

Be Kind Enough To Allow Faster Groups Behind You To Play Through

Another item of golf etiquette when it comes to being considerate on the course is to allow groups of players that are behind you to play through if they are obviously moving at a faster pace than you and your friends are. Simply move aside and allow them to play through so that you can continue at your own pace without causing frustration for other golfers.

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