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Beginning Ladies Golf Instruction | Beginning Ladies Golf Lessons

If you are just starting to play golf…great! Even if you have enrolled in some beginning ladies golf instruction or lessons, there are a few things that I get asked about often that may not be covered. Many clinics do not cover topics such as how to make tee times, dress codes and tipping at the golf course.

A tee time is also known as a starting reservation. By definition, it is the time that you will go off the designated first tee. It is a lot like a dinner reservation. How tee times are vary from course to course. The vast majority of the time you can call the golf shop and they will happy to assist you in making a starting time. There may be a window of how far out you may book a tee time. For example you may only be able to book a starting reservation seven days in advance. This will depend on the courses policies.

Some courses and clubs offer online tee times. You access their website through a browser and make your time online. Lastly some country clubs have a lottery for tee times. You call in or log in and request the time that you would like to play and then at the time of the “lottery” you are placed in a time depending on how the lottery is determined.

Once you have a scheduled tee time, you are responsible for arriving at the course at a time which allows you to visit the golf shop to pay your proper fees, warm up on the practice tee and practice putting green as well as eat in the restaurant or snack bar if needed and still be on the tee by the designated time. Clubs and courses vary on how far in advance you are able to make a starting time. Call the club or course to find out what their rules are. Understand, if a tee time is missed you may be charged a “no-show” fee. Again, this will vary from golf course to golf course.

Like tee times, dress codes vary from facility to facility. Believe it or not, this topic runs an entire gamut of what is acceptable. If you are unsure of what you will be able to wear, then you can always call the club or course and simply ask the question. The facility wants you to check in advance if you are not sure as confronting you after you arrive is not comfortable for you or the professional staff. I have found it to be a pretty safe rule that for your ladies golf shirt that you should at least have either a collar or sleeves. Having both a collar and sleeves is always acceptable and having neither is typically not. Again, check with the facility to be sure.

Most facilities allow tipping; however there are some private country clubs that do not allow it. I am sure you are wondering “What is a proper tip?” A typical tip would be $1 or $2 per bag upon arrival as well as when leaving if you get assistance with carrying it loading it as well as having your clubs cleaned.

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