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Interesting thread from DGCR here for any TD's that like to spice up their layouts.

http://www.dgcoursereview.com/forums/showthread.php?t=120115

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PDGA Article for Clarification
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Update

I submitted a waiver for Hole 5 Red for the Spring Fling. It was really easy and Andrew Sweeton, the tour manager, replied in less than a day that the waiver was granted and we'd still get rated rounds.

This shouldn't hold any of us back from having unique holes so long as they're fairly managed. If anyone has questions on what info/how to submit, feel free to hit me up.

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Whats the change on hole #5?

Whats the change on hole #5?

Tyler Bugni

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Island

The island with drop zone that we've played the last few years.

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Yeah, so since we typically

Yeah, so since we typically eliminate two of the approved options for a throw after going out of bounds, a waiver is necessary. On the first throw, if you go OB on an "island" hole, we have said you MUST play from a drop zone or re-tee. This is in fact altering the rules by not allowing a player to play from where the disc went OB thus requiring a waiver. Something that all tourneys should look at for events this year as this seems to be a common hole type for many tourneys.