The green marshals will need to be particularly aware of shots on and around the green as more strokes are played in this area than other location on the hole. Be sure to give your voice command before a player takes a stance to play a stroke.
Stay next to the rope lines, out of the player's line of sight and face the gallery with arms held high until you hear the ball struck.Be alert for stray balls that may go outside the rope lines. If a ball may be out of bounds, signal to the fairway marshals
as described above.Replace gallery ropes and stakes, as described above, but only after the group has finished play on the green. In between groups, make the following announcement to the crowd: “Ladies and gentlemen, we ask that you please respect the
players by not using your mobile device in this area or any area of play at any time. Thank you.”When there is a large gallery following a group, at least one marshal should be positioned OUTSIDE THE ROPE LINE BETWEEN THE GREEN AND THE NEXT TEE. If the
marshal sees or sense the gallery is about to move before the player is to putt, the marshal should give a loud voice command before the player putts to stop the crowed from moving or disturbing play. The position of the marshal, to be SEEN AND HEAR BY THE
GALLERY, is most important in this instance.