Originally Posted by JC17393
I agree with the bolded. I also think that the PDGA should be notified about this. Maybe you think it's no big deal and it's not worth fixing this particular instance, but is there not a greater lesson that can be learned?
I'd rather that the PDGA be made aware of this and perhaps take steps to avoid it happening the future, then to have this instance slide by and have it happen again to someone else at another tournament in another area and have everyone go "why aren't there provisions or procedures for this kind of thing?"
I agree. At the very least it will be brought to their attention.
It does sound like favoritism, and really sucks to be a victim of it.