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.
swel304 wrote:so if my foot is behind the marker or disc, what about the other foot? can it be in front of the disc? and could someone post a link to the official pdga mini rules? i cant seem to find it.
steezo wrote:The diagram is misleading. You can have one foot that appears to be ahead of the mini marker, as in a straddle putt but it is actually the same distance from the mini marker to the basket. The diagram should be shown in a radius rather than perpendicular. Think of the basket as the center of a pie and the mini marker the outer pie(rounded).
deaddisc wrote:putt has to hit and stop moving in chains before you can fall w/in 30 meters (about 35 feet).
Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot] and 1 guest