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Old 12-21-2016, 02:26 AM
JoakimBL JoakimBL is offline
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Originally Posted by iacas View Post
They're not irrelevant IMO. They inform how a very similar sport has handled similar situations. Disc golf is based heavily on golf and golf's rules - seeing how they handled something similar is relevant.
They may be relevant in how to form or change the rules of disc golf, and in discussions of how they should be, but not how to interpret the existing rules.
The fact of the matter is, that you cannot point to anything in the current rules, that would or should prohibit a player from touching or standing on his equipment. If that is assisting, the putting with you bag on the back, is also illegal. I think you lot have a messed up way to define "directly assisting with making the throw".
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