What does "Ready Golf" mean?
Ready golf means that players should keep the pace of play in mind and visualize their next shot as they approach their ball. After arriving at the ball location select the club and hit the shot if it is safe to do so and does not interfere with other players in the group. If it does not interfere with other players in the group you should also attempt to align your putt while others are aligning theirs or are putting out.
Slow pace of play affects everyone playing behind you. A conscious
effort to play in a timely manner will make golf more enjoyable for everyone.
Playing "ready golf" will greatly increase the speed of play and will not interfere with your fellow golfers.
To improve the pace of play we ask golfers to follow the guidelines outlined below:

a. Have your shot and club selection in mind while approaching your next shot
b. Minimize your practice swings
c. Be ready to hit when it is your turn
d. Proceed to your ball as soon as it is safe to do so
e. Take your practice swings in advance of your turn to hit the ball
f. Hit "out of turn" if it is safe to do so and does not interfere with your fellow golfer
g. Study the "line of your putt" while others are putting
h. Mark your score after arriving at the next tee box
i. If there is an open hole in front of you, you may be playing too slow
j. Allow faster players to play through

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1. How do I make Tee Times at the Champions Course at Weeks Park
2. How do I set up league play or a golf tournament?
3. Does the Champions Course have a Senior League?
4. I am interested in joining the Ladies Golf Association.
5. What kind of activities to you have for the junior golfer during the summer.
6. Does the Champions Course have a driving range?
7. Does the Champions Course have rental clubs?
8. What are the cart rental fees?
9. What are the cart path rules?
10. Is there a handicap cart policy?
11. Can I bring a cooler, of beer or nonalcoholic beverages onto the course?
12. Are groups of 6 players allowed?
13. Are metal spiked golf shoes allowed?
14. Can I get a Rain Check if I can't finish my round due to personal reasons.
15. What kind of greens does the Champions Course have?
16. Is there a weekly scramble?
17. How do I get a handicap started?
18. What kind of merchandise does the Pro Shop have for sale?
19. Is there a restaurant at the Champions Course?
20. Does the Champions Course have annual passes?
21. Where is the Champions Course located?
22. What is the dress code for the Champions Course?
23. Can the golf course be used for jogging, walking, bicycling or rollar blading?
24. Does each player need to have their own set of clubs?
25. What is the pace of play at the Champions Course?
26. What does "Ready Golf" mean?
27. How long do I have to look for a lost ball?
28. What is a ball mark?