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Old 07-30-2013, 10:11 AM
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Originally Posted by storyboy View Post
Looking in the PDGA rules, They don't define what a legal "mini marker disc" is. Can I make my own? Do they need to be a certain size? Seems the smaller the better to keep from touching it when you throw and getting a foot fault. Also they state that any disc that is used during tournament play has to be uniquely marked? My Boss has no stamp or anything left on it, is it illegal? Would ones initials with a sharpie be sufficient? Thanks.
I know a mini maker has some defined standards, but I can't figure out where to find them.

The reason for unique markings is to differentiate your disc from your cardmates'. So using a sharpie to put your name, initials, etc is generally the preferred way to do this. The stamp on the disc is irrelevant because it's very possible that two players can have the same stamp (or unstamped).
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