Old 10-06-2017, 01:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Horsman View Post
Ive played an A Tier where if you threw into certain OB on one hole you were not allowed to retrieve your disc because it was on private property. Since it sounds like its not in the rule book and Im pretty positive no waiver was had, does that mean I could have gone to retrieve my disc?
No, because it is still private property. Players are still expected to adhere to laws while playing in tournaments.
Competition Manual 3.3
B. Players are expected to behave in a professional and sportsmanlike manner while participating in a PDGA sanctioned event. Actions that are in violation of this conduct include but are not limited to:
7. Activities which are in violation of Federal, State or Local laws or ordinances, park regulation or disc golf course rule. Tournament Directors are granted the discretion to disqualify a player based on the severity of the offending conduct. An official warning prior to disqualification may be issued by a Tournament Director where appropriate.
I'd say a TD stating prior to the round that retrieval of discs from private property abutting the course is not allowed would constitute an official warning, leaving players who retrieve discs from that property in danger of disqualification. No waivers necessary.
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