mobster wrote:It's perforated so it's illegal for PDGA play.
rusch_bag wrote:Also, manufactures make illegal discs and sell them knowing they are illegal so send your little I don't like to break the rules message to them.
mickas wrote:I bought a magnet at PIAS today and realized later that it had a very small hole from a thorn in the top, I used a lighter to carefully heat up the disc and cover the hole and then I smoothed it out. My question is, since the disc's flight characteristics were not altered in any way is the disc now illegal for pdga play?
Mark Ellis wrote:Your disc is legal for PDGA tournaments. In an older version of the PDGA Rules, repairing a perforated flight plate by the use of heat was declared illegal. That section was purposely edited out and is no longer in the current rules.
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