Originally Posted by Bullseye
Hmmm... Regarding the shot of whisky. If the 2 minute warning had not sounded then this is a moot point. If the 2 minute warning had already sounded then you should have brought this up right away.
Whatever the case, bringing it up here and now... seems personal to me. Rise above it Yose, Rise Above!
I brought this experience up only as a comparison to the almighty image that the PDGA is trying to protect.
I guess it's just a coincidence that when I speak up against something I disagree with, some of the same people are always at the other end.
So, who is the image for?
The players, the public?
If they even know it happened, is this decision really going to change or help the public's view of "professional" disc golf?
Is/did the PDGA release a letter to the world letting us know that they punished one of their members and will not tolerate these actions?
It seems that this will result in more of a negative image in the long run, and I don't see any benefits for the PDGA, except for perhaps a few personal agendas being satisfied.
Sorry, but I just think it stinks and feel that there should be more black and white as to what is acceptable.
IMO, Jeff's a good man who made a big mistake and is unfairly being deprived of something he loves to do because of it.