I’m standing on the tee of the Weston Golf Club, just outside the city of Boston. I’ve been standing here watching many of the golfers tee off, and what comes to mind is that with all the new golfers playing the game today, there are many more lessons to be learned than simply how to hit the golf ball. There is so much of the etiquette, the jargon, the language; golf has its own set of unwritten rules. It’s so vital to emphasize that playing the game well is important, but really knowing how to handle yourself is equally, if not, more important. If you want to be a great golf companion, if you want to be a sought after partner for the game, if you want to play business golf, you must really learn the jargon and really how to handle yourself on the golf course. Some of the tips we’re going to deal with involve making you that sought after golf companion. To play the game with grace and knowledge, to understand all of the nuances, to learn how to play fast, where to stand, it’s those questions you’ve always wanted to ask but never really know where to get their answers. We’re going to deal with all of that, we are going to make you the most enjoyable companion in the game of golf. You don’t have to be a great golfer, you don’t have to break par, you simply have to know how to handle yourself. By the time we get through you are going to be “numero uno” when it comes to thinking of the person to call when arranging a game.