Play "Ready Golf" Don't be concerned with honors at the tee or who is further away from the hole in the fairway. Plan your shot while walking/riding to your ball or while others are playing and quickly move between shots. Walk directly to your ball, do not follow others, and be ready to play when it is your turn.
On the Greens - Leave pull carts, power carts and any clubs not being used on the green on the EXIT side of the green. Line up your putt when others are putting. You may continue putting out until you hole out unless you will be standing on another player's line. The first player to hole out is responsible for replacing the flagstick.
Keep up with the group ahead of you. You should always be within one shot of them.
Be responsible for knowing the location of your ball and assist your partners, when possible, in watching where they hit their ball.
Hit a provisional ball (after the other players have hit theirs) when your ball may be lost or out of bounds. USGA Rules.
Search only 2 minutes for a lost ball. Other players should hit their balls while you search and then help you find your ball.
Record scores either on the way to or at the tee of the next green.
Take only one practice swing at each tee box.
It will speed up play if the player opts to drop a ball parallel to where the ball entered the hazard and takes the one stroke penalty, instead of returning to the place where she hit the shot.
Helpful link ->> Golf for Beginners: Golf Etiquette, Rules and Glossary (pga.com)