The Southern California Golf Association is sponsoring a program called the Pace of Play Pledge. Via the associations web site, you can go on and register and commit to following the helpful guidelines for keeping play moving. The tips:
Play Ready Golf
Walk fast or use your cart efficiently
Get your yardage and be ready to play before your turn
Walk to your ball when others are playing
Read your putt before it's your turn to play
If your ball might be lost outside a water hazard or out of bounds, hit a Provisionsl Ball (Rule 27-2)
If you sign up at scga.org/pledge, you are issued a handy bag tag with these tips printed right on it. It's a ll a gentle reminder that as players, we can control the pace and the pace of those in our groups.