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Old 08-30-2020, 08:51 PM
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Default When Can Curtesy Violations be Called?

Not sure where to find this in the rules...So if someone could help me out here.

Can I call a courtesy violation during a players meeting prior to a league round starting? Similarly, can I do the same after the league round but prior to completing collecting all the scores and such?

For reference I am a rules official and league director. And as a corollary question: Since I am an official and the LD I do not need the courtesy seconded by another player - right? Just want to make sure I am reading 812.C correctly.
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Old 08-30-2020, 09:08 PM
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https://simple.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Curtsey

I dunno. Wikipedia doesn't say anything about curtsey violations.

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Old 08-30-2020, 09:15 PM
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I dunno. Wikipedia doesn't say anything about curtsey violations.
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You call a curtsey violation when it's too short a skirt and people see your ass.

Or Ulibari is there and you don't show appropriate respect to the queen.

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A courtsy violation is when you forget your anniversary...

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And a Cortesy violation is when you are up on that island and you don't drop by Dave's course for a round and a chinwag.

Reminds me of corriadoo, correvorrie and other points of corridor etiquette... a correvorrie is when you spot a friend down the hall and pretend not to see them so you don't have to halloo all the way down the hall.

A corriadoo is when you accidentally make eye contact and have to greet each other from 40' away until you pass..

....Ok I'm done now.

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There is no specific time limit. However, certain violations can only happen at certain times or in certain situations. In general, if the player can violate the rule, they can be called for violating the rule.

Perhaps you could be more specific about the violation you are thinking about calling. If it's a real situation where something is on the line, send it into the Rules Committee for clarification.
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There is no specific time limit. However, certain violations can only happen at certain times or in certain situations. In general, if the player can violate the rule, they can be called for violating the rule.

Perhaps you could be more specific about the violation you are thinking about calling. If it's a real situation where something is on the line, send it into the Rules Committee for clarification.
Let's say we have everyone gathered together for the informal players meeting before a league round and someone says something - very sexist which in my situation has happened several times and I am looking to put and end to it. This to me is unsportsmanlike according to 812. No one has started play but its super duper irritating to everyone else there.

There are multiple ways I can deal with this situation so I am just exploring this option which if I am allowed to do would probably get the point across the best. I'll contact the rules committee as well.

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Let's say we have everyone gathered together for the informal players meeting before a league round and someone says something - very sexist which in my situation has happened several times and I am looking to put and end to it. This to me is unsportsmanlike according to 812. No one has started play but its super duper irritating to everyone else there.

There are multiple ways I can deal with this situation so I am just exploring this option which if I am allowed to do would probably get the point across the best. I'll contact the rules committee as well.
Sometimes you just have to deal with people as people, not disc golfers. Hopefully, a lot of the other people would provide support.

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