Golf Etiquette – Dealing With Frost Issues

It is estimated a group of four golfers take close to 5,000 steps on just the course greens during a round of golf.  It is important to recognize the effect those 5,000 steps might have on the course conditions.

When there is frost on the ground, avoid walking on the greens to prevent damaging them.

Be patient when starting tee times are delayed due to frost. Waiting for the frost to melt will help the condition of the greens for the season and prevent costly repairs and assessments.

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