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 Pace of Play

Quiz #2

 

 

Use this quiz if you are having trouble with the interactive quizzes on The Landings Club Quiz Page.  Print out and circle each question or write down each answer and then check the last page for the correct answers.  No peeking!

 

 

1. Walking onto the teeing ground while someone is walking off the teeing ground won't help pace of play.  It's better to wait until someone has completely exited the teeing ground before going up there yourself.

 

(A) True

(B) False

 

2. Always leave your extra chipping clubs on the green at the exit point or on the flagstick before you putt so they're easier to quickly retrieve on the way off the green.

 

(A) True

(B) False

 

3. It's OK to sit in the cart and write down your score on the scorecard near the green while the group behind you is waiting to hit onto the green.

 

(A) True

(B) False

 

4. Always park the cart on the cart path nearer the back of the green towards the next hole instead of nearer the front of the green nearer the fairway for a quick exit to the next hole.

 

(A) True

(B) False

 

5. If you aren't sure if a ball is out of bounds or lost outside of a water hazard, you should hit a provisional ball from that spot before you look for it so you have one in play, just in case.

 

(A) True

(B) False

 

6. If behind on pace of play and the group behind is waiting, it/’s still OK to take two or three practice swings before a shot.

 

(A) True

(B) False

 

7. Golfers don't have to wait until their turn to decide proper strategy and club choice for their upcoming shots.  They may even take a few practice swings safely and without disturbing other golfers in the group.

 

(A) True

(B) False

 

8. As a responsible pace of play golfer, one should play from the tee markers that most suit ability and length, not based on where others of different ability and length are playing.   Every player has the right to reach a par 3 green in 1 shot, a par 4 green in 2 shots and a par 5 green in 3 shots.

 

(A) True

(B) False

 

9. You should start getting your yardage and thinking about your club selection only after someone else has hit and is now waiting on you.  It's not imperative that you plan while others are playing.

 

(A) True

(B) False

 

10.  Arrive near the first tee at least 10 minutes before your tee time with all equipment ready to go (i.e. tees, ball markers, divot tool).  Have all games, pairings and formats decided so your group can be ready to play when it's time to tee off.

 

(A) True

(B) False

 

11. Pick a landmark near where your ball may have gone into a hazard, out of bounds or become lost so it might be easier to locate your ball once there.

 

(A) True

(B) False

 

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ANSWERS

 

1. B               False

2. A               True

3. B               False

4. A               True

5. A               True

6. B               False

7. A               True

8. A               True

9. B               False

0. A               True

11. A               True