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Old 06-11-2013, 12:28 PM
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Originally Posted by mashnut View Post
You mention sanctions against manufacturers. Do you think that any of the manufacturers would be willing to pay the PDGA or do an expensive recall of a bunch of discs for being just slightly out of spec? MY guess is that those manufacturers would simply stop seeking PDGA approval and continue making their money off all the casual disc golfers who couldn't care less about that approval. The PDGA has absolutely no authority over manufacturers if it comes down to something like that, and taking a punitive approach IMO would be the wrong way to go.
I agree with you completely. I only brought up sanctions because I have seen it elsewhere listed as a possible deterrent to inconsistency.

The fact of the matter is that regulating manufacturer inconsistency is not a viable option for the PDGA. As jeverett stated, this lies in the hands of competitors. Unfortunately, I think it is going to be a long time until players are questioning the weights of other players' putters.
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