My brother-in-law's company is sponsoring a local charity golf tournament next weekend. Being the president's bro-in-law, I'm taking photos of the event. I'm an advanced amateur photographer, never having made any real money at it. The course is one of those that's scattered throughout a mid-priced neighborhood, with back yards containing swing sets adjoining many of the holes. Not a public course, but not exactly Pebble Beach. The contestants are probably all local folks (Omaha, Nebraska). I haven't swung a golf club in 15 years and have never followed the sport enough to bother watching it on TV, so I'm new at this golf photography thing. I am familiar with the terrain of the course in question, though. Anyway, I'm wondering what sort of etiquette would typically be expected of a photographer for an event such as this. I've read a few threads on PN about pro golfers being really anal about shutter noise on the PGA. Should I be concerned about that sort of thing at an event like this? Are there any other things I should be aware of avoiding, which a non-golfing photographer might otherwise be inclined to do? Like standing off-course down the fairway and looking back toward the golfer? Or squatting past the far edge of the green during putting? I want to have the freedom to get good, creative shots, but I don't want to piss off any of the contestants. I have autofocus lenses from 10-300mm at my disposal (1.6x crop sensor), plus manual focus 400mm & 800mm lenses if the light is good that day. I'll have a cart to lug my gear around in. Any input would be appreciated.