Anyway what do you all think?
Also all TD's and Officials will be required to take the exam again...
To sum up...
Summary of Rules Changes
Definitions of the basket and its components have been added to the Glossary so that we no longer have to use the phrase "entrapment section ".
The definition of holing out has been tightened up a bit. A putt that sticks in the side of the tray, or hangs outside the tray from one of the nubs, no longer counts.
The hole has been completed once the disc has come to rest, not when the disc is removed.
The "unplayable lie" rule has been reformulated into an "optional rethrow" rule. It is now clear that penalty strokes are not added if the rethrow option is taken, so that double jeopardy is avoided.
The rules for a lie above ground have been changed to include a lie below ground (in a crevice or below a bridge, for example).
The relief rules have been simplified. You can’t move anything unless it’s in your stance. If something is both in your stance and between your lie and the hole, you can move it. You can always ask people to move themselves or their stuff if they are in your way.
The 5-meter relief rule has been extended to anywhere back along the line of play, and moved to the relief Section .
A director may designate a drop zone to be used for lost disc on a hole.
I like that the hangers and sticky putts no longer counts, but I foresee some issues of what if it's sticking through from the inside of the basket?