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I don't agree that a suspended member might be able to play as a non-member. Itemized bullet one says they lose the right to play in sactioned events. That's clear cut. However, I do have a question that's somewhat related:
Can a non-member be suspended?
Common sense says it should be possible. PDGA should want to preserve that right for themselves, however the suspension rules wording make the act of doing it according to the rules a bit clunky.
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All players that have PDGA numbers are members. If they pay their dues, they're current versus non-current members. Current and non-current members can be suspended. Nonmembers with no PDGA number do not really need to be suspended since a TD has the right to refuse entry for whatever reason to nonmembers plus, without a PDGA number, it would be hard to track whether THAT John Smith was suspended.
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