Putt when ready - if you have a long putt and your playing partners are still en route to the green, putt. Let's be serious, the number of 50 foot plus putts made in the Clinker equates with Noodle's conversion rate in nightclubs. Get the ball closer to the hole ASAP.
ALWAYS, and we mean ALWAYS, leave clubs at the back or side of the Green closest to the next tee. NOTHING is MORE ANNOYING than watching players walk to the FRONT of a Green to retrieve their clubs AFTER everyone has putted out.
Line up your putt BEFORE it is your turn, and putt out immediately instead of marking if you are not in someone else's line. Even if you are, you're not wearing spikes, are you, Homma? It's not going to affect someone's line.
The first player on the green should grab the flag and tend or remove it as the first player to putt, putts.
If you're behind, the first two players to putt out should head to the next tee and hit while the remaining two finish up.