Important Rules That are Often Overlooked Stance on throws from the fairway/green (updated for 2018 Rules of Play) It is something that, unless you get a hole in one, you have to do on every hole on the course: throwing from a marked lie in the fairway. It is also something that, until you decide
Important Rules That are Often Overlooked Rule 803.01 Obstacles and Relief & 803.02 Optional Relief and Optional Re-Throw We’ve all been in a rough place while on the course, maybe in a mud puddle or in the middle of a thick bush or behind a pesky tree branch that blocks the ideal line to the
Important Rules That are Often Overlooked Rule 805.02 Scoring One of the most important, but frequently overlooked aspects of playing a tournament is properly scoring the round. Most players have their own way of keeping score when they play a casual round, and it is usually a method that makes it easy for them and
You’re meeting a few friends at the local disc golf course for a round or two. Rather than just playing a round to play, you want to make things more interesting. The skill levels in your group vary just enough that wagering on the final scores would favor one or two players over the rest.
Basic Rules of Doubles Best Shot Format ALL PDGA RULES OF COMPETITIVE PLAY APPLY On the tee: Partners each may throw a tee shot. One partner does have the option of forfeiting their turn, but should announce those intentions to the group in such an instance. (example: first drive is beyond partner’s capabilities to match
What do I really need to know about the rules? Nearly every disc golf player who is on the verge of entering his or her first competition has the same question: what do I need to know about tournament rules so I don’t make a fool of myself? It’s an understandable concern. There is a