JR wrote:I do see a need for a clearly judgeable way to play from rules
Ill say this. The PDGA rules atm. state that if there is doubt the benfit should be given the player, this effectivly makes all foot faults moot on jumpputts, since they are very hard to call and because of this the benefit will always go with the player. At least if you are playing by the rules.
I actually think that players would police themselves more, if the rules where changes slightly. In golf, if a player doesnt enforce a rule infraction they themselves commit, they will in the end get two-penalty shots added to their score, because they handed in an incorrect scorecard. (Obviously somebody has to observe the rule infraction and made the TD aware of the transgression before the tournament is over.)
JHern wrote:Is it just me, or do those chains seems extraordinarily heavy? Even Nikko's ace hardly moved the chains!
Great video work, guys. I sincerely applaud this effort, and know the time you spent getting it all, plus the editing and everything else.
The chains are not that heavy actually, but there are THREE rows of chains, this actually worked very well, since putts that hit center almost always stayed in.