Originally Posted by wilt
it's not a rule, it's a courtesy. Is it that hard to just be aware of the space you are occupying? It's really not that big of a deal I don't think except in the case of putting. And I will say it is tougher to deal with on the tee the way most disc golf teepad areas are set up. As I mentioned there are many, many rather silly sounding courtesies in golf. If someone asked I certainly would have no problem moving.
ummm... i don't have my rulebook handy right now... but i'm pretty sure it is a rule. you can't distract other players on your card... and the player is the one that decides what's distracting... just sayin'...
... also, people should feel free to speak up about anything, no matter how silly it might seem to the other players, if it's distracting them. i find that if i don't speak up about something, because i think
that it shouldn't bother me, it ends up totally bothering me and i fluff my drive or shank my putt... i usually preface with, "so, i'm totally a prima donna... haha... can you please... "
and i think matt's onto something interesting, too, about the dynamic of a group affecting distraction factors...