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What Bothers Me The Most (WNMTM) is golfers who do not play ready golf. Here are Randy's Rules for Ready Golf. 19 Rules to never break. 1. Always play as soon as you can 2. Always go directly to your ball and hit it when ready no matter if you are away or not on the fairway or on the green 3. Never remove the pin just leave it in and put. 4. Always let the short hitters tee off first. 5. Always keep your glove on even when you put. 6. Always Drink water and eat a snack while walking or riding in the cart. 7. Always visualize your drive as soon as you are on the tee box. 8. Always visualize and line up your putt as soon as you are on the green 9. Always mark your score after you get off the green and add up your score card when you get off 18. 10. Always wash your ball while you are waiting on the tee box or when others in your group are teeing off. 11. Always keep your eye on the ball and walk or ride directly to it, whether it is on the fairway, rough or water. 12. Always hit your ball first then help find your buddy's ball 13. Only look for balls (rough, water or fringes) when there are no golfers behind you so you don't slow the pace of play. 14. Don't buy beverages or food on the course, bring your own if need be. 15. Never drink alcohol or smoke weed on the course. 16. Always apply sun screen and mosquito repellent in the washroom before you get to the first tee and if you have to reapply later do it while waiting to play your ball. 17. Don't flirt or try to impress the cart girl, she is not into you, leave her alone 18. Keep your dam cell phone in your car or at least turn if off and don't use it unless there is an emergency on the course, eg. you got hit with a ball from guys from behind you that you were holding up. 19. Don't just watch players play in front of you if they are out of your normal range or your range you are shooting that day. Just hit the ball. Please like this and pass these rule along and lets speed up the pace of play and increase the fun factor! Stay safe everyone.