deaddisc wrote:putt has to hit and stop moving in chains before you can fall w/in 30 meters (about 35 feet). other general OB rules apply, the strictness of mini usage will vary w/each league. Not sure what else, but prob so more general curtisy rules.
10 meters = 32.808399 feet
And you only get one falling putt per round before it becomes a stroke penalty each time thereafter.
IMO you should always follow the Mini rules set forth by the PDGA.
Your thrown disc can act as a marker and your foot or hand must be directly behind the center line from the pole of the target thru the center of your maker. Not a little right or left or in front of. Or you can use a mini marker. Same rules apply. Also you can put your foot in a direct line behind your marker disc 11.75inches as well, which can come in handy if you are under a tree or next to a tree, that 11.75 inches can save your ass. It's a little known rule that people often forget about. It's not an 11.75 radius circle, it's a direct line, that's the part people get confused on. A direct line from the pole of the basket thru the center of your marker.