PDGA Rules of Play & Competition Manual
The growing popularity of the game of disc golf begins with the essential fact that throwing a flying disc with power and accuracy is a marvelous sensation. The constant challenge, the social nature of the game, the good physical and mental conditioning, and the fact that it is inexpensive to begin play are also attractions. Disc golf is a recreational sport for everyone, regardless of age, sex, or ability.
Disc golf is a game that expects high standards of etiquette and courtesy. Among the basic considerations of etiquette are such things as concern for spectators and other players and respect for plant life on the course. These rules have been designed to promote fair play for all disc golfers. In using these rules, players shall apply the rule that most directly addresses the situation in question. If in doubt, players shall consult an official.
Full copyright to the PDGA Official Rules of Play and any iteration of its contents is reserved by the PDGA. Copies of this book are sold to cover costs of production and may be obtained from the PDGA office or at www.pdgastore.com. PDGA affiliated associations are permitted to translate these rules into their own language provided the rules are not altered or contradicted. The PDGA Executive Director must be notified of such translation and publication and must receive a copy.
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