I dont throw mullies. A lot of people I know do. I guess they get extra practice by throwing a few extra times on each shot. It makes the round last longer (tourney or casual).
I usually have bad luck in that when I try a second shot, it ends up in a worse spot than the first. So I end up having to do some extra walking or I may even lose track of where the disc went & I lose it (arggg).
I pretty much stick to one throw.
Quote from the artice: "Using a mulligan can completely change the outcome of a game and also give you results that are not real."
which is why i never use them, they aren't allowed in PDGA rounds, so I never use them in casual rounds. I may throw an extra shot to satisfy my own curiosity (if no one is on the hole, or waiting for me) but I never play the shot out as my "shot." I find, most of the people that like use mulligans in casual rounds are amatures that don't really take teh sport seriously. Not that there is anything wrong with that, but as you play the game longer, you have a better understanding and appreciateion for the rules and straight competition.
We have them($1 Max 2 per round)) once a month or so in our weekly league. The money goes to course improvements so I think most of the guys are ok with it. I can understand some of the arguments against them(develops bad habits, I feel I have to use them to win, etc.........) but we only have them at most once a month and the money is helping the course.