When playing in tourneys, at the intermediate level, I am wondering how much to enforce rules. Somethings just drive me crazy.
not marking a putt, walking up and picking up the disc and dropping it in. I mean come on just drop in another disc.
Stepping forward, across the lie, on a putt inside 30 feet (10m).
Not being on the teepad when driving
Throwing from your lie. Not three feet to the side of the lie. If you do a run up on 2nd or 3rd throw who cares if you are off by a tish, I can understand that, but this is no regard for the lie.
So my question: Do I call these.
I have tried to suggest that they do not develop bad habits now. After all we are a basic product of our training. My last event, I would have won if these rules were enforced. And not from calling them, if they were followed I would not have lost by one stroke. One guy made a nearly impossible shot after he stepped aside by three feet with no regard for the lie. He never could have made the shot otherwise. And if I called everything, he would have won by 30+ stokes. He could not putt over 10 feet. So he always stepped over the line.