« on: February 15, 2016, 10:10:57 PM »
Hey Ben - sorry if I came off a little strong. Just trying to make sure we are clear on what are actual PDGA rules, and what are misinterpreted PDGA rules. Thanks for understanding
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OK guys I know I have played in events with three people in the division. The three of us were sent out on a card, just the three of us. That would be considered a group. The three people on the card, in the group, was the division.
So if you have 4 people that want to play novice, the division must be allowed?
A Tournament Director may, by giving adequate public notice, restrict the divisions offered. Absent such notice, the Tournament Director shall offer for competition any division which has four or more players that are eligible and wishing to compete. Tournament Directors may offer divisions with less than four players at their discretion.
I like to think of disc golf as a form of exercise. Using a cart really defeats that purpose.
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Does PDGA have a conceal 'n carry clause?
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