IdahoLefty wrote:ferretdance03 wrote:IdahoLefty wrote:...10 out of 10 times you hit the basket where the disc is and its going to roll away...
Obviously not, that putt stuck. Plus, for the disc to hang like that on the nub, you figure it can't be perfectly vertical outside the plane of the basket, so technically, a fraction of the disc actually is in.
That's the fact. By the rules, and by identical explanations I've heard from folks on both coasts, the criteria for the wedges and hanging putts is the same:
1.) the disc is at rest in/on the basket
2.) Some portion of it is at rest inside the cylinder of the basket, even if it's just a tiny fraction.
That's a made putt. Heh, I dunno if it's worth four eye-rolls though, it happens about as often as a flipped coin landing on its side, and the rule's the same for everyone.