I left my card one time during a known 20 minute backup, but I went to a 7-11 down the street on a beer run.Ted Damson wrote:yeah, during a tourny round there was one guy on my card who refused to carry a found disc because of this "rule". later in the round, a different guy had lost a certain disc, and i told him he was welcome to use mine whenever he wanted, because i rarely threw it. baffled the found-disc guy.
i've also broken from my card for ~10 minutes to go change my bag, because there was a known ~20 minute wait at the next hole. i had forgotten my super flippy stuff
keep it simple AND DON'T CHANGE IT OR I WILL TURN YOU IN !!!
Furthur wrote:Either get a lighter one, throw harder, or find a disc with more glide.
Working Stiff wrote:I left my card one time during a known 20 minute backup, but I went to a 7-11 down the street on a beer run.
They DID pass a rule against THAT!
Chuck Kennedy wrote:Not sure what you mean by anywhere? The only requirement for any throw in competition is that you use a PDGA approved disc that is uniquely marked and not broken, and you make your throw within 30 seconds after reaching and marking your lie. Where you get the disc from or who owns it doesn't matter.
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