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It simply boils down to the fact you don't have the right to pick which rules apply to YOU during sanctioned play. If you don't like the rules, don't play that one event, whatever. Don't break one rule and try to call someone else on a footfault or not marking their lie.
If someone was doing such illegal activities during play and it was known by a TD, they should be disqualified.
Hopefully this will never happen again and can be looked at as what not to do, to better the future of the sport.
I'm astonished by the swift response from everyone on this topic. As one of the touring pros who was at this years Player's Cup I can say that all the correct information hasn't come forward. I can't go into specifics obviously but there definitely was not any "destruction" of hotel rooms by anyone. It is true that The Plantation Inn may have exaggerated a few things to benefit their agenda. In order to help the PDGA in there investigation I have talked with Michael Barnett at length about this incident. I grieve for the loss of this great course but also agree that Disc Golf is not welcome on Ball Golf courses. The only thing we have in common is a good walk spoiled. I think we need to stop wasting energy on Ball Golf courses who ultimately don't want us there but for our money. With the exception of an ideal situation that carries contracts etc.