I should be careful not to step on bugs.
I should be careful by looking for ball markers to make sure I don't step in someone's ball path.
I should be careful not to step on sprinkler heads.
I should be careful not to step on anyone's shadow.
Use the rake to smooth over all holes and footprints made near your ball, being sure to follow yourself out of the bunker to rake over the footprints you leave entering and exiting the bunker.
Make sand castles to make the group behind you smile.
Rake just the spot your ball made when it landed and rolled.
Leave it for the group behind you to rake. The bunker is a hazard and should be as challenging as possible.
Leave it there. It will create a great challenge for your competitor when they are trying to putt.
Use a repair tool or tee to fix the mark.
Stomp on it hard with your foot. If you stomp hard enough the small ball mark will blend in with the big hole your shoes will leave.
Make sure no one else sees it so you can ignore it.
Leave it there. It's dirt, which is not pollution.
Replace your divot by picking up the displaced grass, placing it back where it came from, and stepping on it with your foot.
Step on the divot where it landed so it blends in with the other grass.
Let you playing partner replace it for you. It's an opportunity for them to demonstrate good judgment.
Say "nice round," regardless of how they played.
Grab a burger and a coke.
Shake hands with your playing partners and thank them.
Clean your clubs off.
Pretend like you don’t notice.
Mind your own business.
Help him/her search for the ball.
Suggest they take a mulligan.
Hit your next shot before anyone notices.
Go with your first instinct.
Flip a coin.
Consult/ask your playing partners.
Come up with some good excuses.
Keep to yourself and don’t talk to anyone.
Try your best and keep a positive attitude.