Things You Will Need
Golf clubs, Golf balls, Proper golf attire, tees, golf gloves
The first step is to go online and review the course. Many courses provide descriptions of each hole as well as other necessary information such as clothing requirements, printable scorecards and other course facts.
Go to Mapquest or another similar site to print off driving directions and estimated driving times to make sure you know the best way to get to the course and how long it will take to get there. You don't want to be late for your first tee time on the course.
Call the pro shop and verify your tee time and their recommendation for time to arrive beforehand.
The night before make sure that all of your equipment and attire are ready and in good condition so that you will be prepared to tackle the course without any last minute problems which can ruin the experience. Most of all, be relaxed and have fun. You are not the first person to play the course for the first time and you won't be the last. Enjoy yourself and the experience of playing somewhere new.
Follow the tips above to help you relax and prepare for that first date with a course that is new to you and enjoy not only the golf game but the overall experience as well.