Safety: Be aware of the players in your group, others on the course and yourself. Never take any action that could endanger anyone.
This includes landing an airplane in the middle of the fairway while golfers are playing...
Consideration of other players:
Show consideration of your actions by not disrupting anyone through excessive movement, talking and unnecessary noise.
On the putting green, be sure not to stand in nor cast a shadow through the line of someone’s putt.
Actually, the plane had run out of gas so technically, it was not making a lot of noise...
Pace of Play: Be sure to maintain a good pace of play.
The players on the 11th hole continued play and finished out BEFORE checking on the plane. Kudos!
Course Conditions: Do everything you can to leave the course they way you found it.
Divots – Taking a divot is not bad, but leaving it un-repaired is bad.
Ball marks – make the effort to repair any marks made on the putting surface.
Hmmmm, what about skid marks from the airplane tires.
Anyway, seems everyone in Houston had something to talk about.