801.02 Order of Play
Originally Posted by Wes Hansen
I think it's a 7 on 12 and a 7 on 13 from what I've heard.
I bet Jeff is making damn sure he does his best to reflect the rules correctly.
I'll be interested in the TDs final say on this.
And which rules (violations) were used to determine the proper score.
I thought the PDGA addressed speed of play in relation to putting and, in my limited experience, first to disc from tee very often putts before long and wrong.
.... and though putting out of order MAY be a courtesy violation, I have great difficulty believing "when" the putt is attempted (with some exceptions) has anything to do with whether the putt goes in. That's all on the puttee.
C. After all the players in the group have teed off, the player farthest from the hole (the away player) throws first. To facilitate flow of play, a player who is not farthest away may play next if the away player consents.
As the away player, i did not consent to the player that went out of turn; therefor, a courtesy violation could have been imposed.
E. Throwing out of turn shall be considered a courtesy violation. See 801.01F.
F. A player violating a courtesy rule may be warned by any affected player,...
the actions taken by "player B", regardless of how insignificant, were against the rules and AFFECTED
my ability to play.
i chose to not give a courtesy violation in favor of just talking to the player. i guess i will just issue warnings over talking it out from now on.