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    I am fine with casual play on hole one. I read the PDGA rule and it allows playing your lie directly above if your disc is under a hard surface.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Glass View Post
    I am fine with casual play on hole one. I read the PDGA rule and it allows playing your lie directly above if your dics is under a hard surface.
    Awesome but what does it say about your frisbee?

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    What Frizzbee?
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    Quote Originally Posted by G1nked View Post
    Awesome but what does it say about your frisbee?
    I'd say if you're in that condition you're realllllllly excited about your putt (and you probably need a higher release point.)
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    One suggestion: for the tournament, I would draw a line around the steps (and any other area you may deem casual) so there is no confusion within groups. Basically, a box that is the size of the land area consumed by the steps. If anyone's disc is inside the box, they have the option of moving behind the steps without penalty.

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    That might cause more confusion. Just play above the surface using the law of verticality. Simple and happens all the time in other scenarios.
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    I have played at least 12 rounds since installation and yet to see anybody go under the stairs as of yet the rounds consisted of all different styles and skill levels so casual with the vertical will be used less then expected I bet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G1nked View Post
    I have played at least 12 rounds since installation and yet to see anybody go under the stairs as of yet the rounds consisted of all different styles and skill levels so casual with the vertical will be used less then expected I bet.
    Not sure about being under the stairs, but I'd think after 12 rounds you'd run the risk of being under the table.
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    Quote Originally Posted by G1nked View Post
    I have played at least 12 rounds since installation and yet to see anybody go under the stairs as of yet the rounds consisted of all different styles and skill levels so casual with the vertical will be used less then expected I bet.
    Yeah, but you haven't played a round with me...ha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jobwilson82 View Post
    One suggestion: for the tournament, I would draw a line around the steps (and any other area you may deem casual) so there is no confusion within groups. Basically, a box that is the size of the land area consumed by the steps. If anyone's disc is inside the box, they have the option of moving behind the steps without penalty.
    Nah, just use the rules in effect--rule of verticality. Just go straight up from where the disc is. Voila! Done.
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