Business Golf Rule # 4

4 – Guest First
Show up early so that when your guest arrives, the minor details of paying green fees, getting a cart and range balls is well behind you. Give your guest the choice as to who will drive the cart. If there is more than one guest, then announce that you will switch carts after nine holes. Always, tee off last, except when they ask you to go first. Focus on the business objective and forget about your individual success on the golf course. Pick the ball up when you find yourself holding up the group. Be attentive when each shot is hit and be helpful in finding lost balls.

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