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Beginners / Re: How to make an etiquette call?
« Last post by Steve the Quiz Berry on Today at 03:00:03 pm »
I explained the rule 5 rounds ago, and its continued every round with a warning....This person has been made well aware of the rule.But continues to be warned his one time allowed each round.....
Reminds me of the old Raiders Games agaist the Chiefs Now...
So as im seeing the rule..;:  every person is allowed a warning for courtesy violations..
Are there 18 different types of courtesy rules violations..if so a person could make a warning violation on every hole.
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Tournaments / Re: 3nd Annual Freedom Superclass Showdown - July 4th
« Last post by Utz on Today at 02:55:22 pm »
I'll see everyone at 9am, for day drinking, disc flinging and 'Merica!

Weird, we didn't see you!

Weird, I didn't see you either.. hmmmm
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Beginners / Re: How to make an etiquette call?
« Last post by Nova on Today at 02:37:47 pm »
Now I know for a fact...or its a good possibility that this player will wind up on my card during a actual tournament.
My question is:: How do I stroke this person for this...or can I?

Maybe the best time to address this is during warm-ups while waiting for the two-minute warning. Without calling out anyone in particular, perhaps say something that everyone can understand without taking offense, like "Good morning (gents|ladies), I'm sure we're all friends, but since this is a tournament, attention to the rules is important too. Good luck!"
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Beginners / Re: How to make an etiquette call?
« Last post by SteelerDoug on Today at 02:26:24 pm »
It's simple.  Just move up.
Out of sight, out of mind.
And you will be glad you did.
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Beginners / Re: How to make an etiquette call?
« Last post by Tom on Today at 01:24:14 pm »
Just ask him to move back out of your peripheral. If he refuses, make sure the card is aware you are calling a courtesy violation warning. The next time in the round it happens, a stroke is added to his score. Or, use Axe Cop's method, "I'll cut your head off".
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Cliff Drive / Re: Meandering Mondays to Cliff Drive today, July 6
« Last post by jack on Today at 12:42:58 pm »
If the Rain comes.....I may suggest playing an alternate format....
1 to the practice
2-from the road to #1
3-from road to #11 long
4-#12
5-#13
6-#14
7-#15
8-#16
9-#17
10-#18
11-From Road to #18 long (Blue Pin)
12-#11 short

This would only be a 12 hole league, but I think that it is in the options....If you needed to add holes to make 18.....
#2
#3
#7
#8
#9
#10

This would minimize the amount of "muddy terrain" you would be walking on, and risk aversion to injury by avoiding 4, 5, 6 climbs up and down....

Food for thought

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Beginners / Re: How to make an etiquette call?
« Last post by jack on Today at 12:36:46 pm »
It happens in all divisions, and people get snippy about it.  There is an unwritten rule that states "don't call someone on the faults" in disc golf.  That makes it tough to legitimize our sport.  Not only should you call yourself out, but you should be calling others and asking for ruels advice as you play.

I am guilty as others...but then I don't play "pro" for yet another reason in the many of "1000 reasons why Jack Lowe is still playing AM"
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Pleasant Hill / Course needs trash cans bad
« Last post by SteelerDoug on Today at 12:18:50 pm »
Collected two 13 gal trash bags yesterday.  More trash left out there, most of it just inside the high grass on the sides of the fairways and behind the pads.  I'll be out there tonight again after work.

A suggestion.

One trash bag per card could pick up most of it during new players league to clean it up before Phill Chill.


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Great time, well done Anthony
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Beginners / Re: How to make an etiquette call?
« Last post by Skyhawkmd on Today at 11:43:07 am »
Rob Jackson stop doing this to poor Steve....  Thanks Management
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