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Yesterday my drive hit my friends disc and knocked it back an inch or two(still an easy putt). This got me wondering what if this was on a hill and the disc(my friends) somehow stood up and rolled down the hill making his lie either a harder putt or even maybe out range. If playing casually I would probably just replace the shot as close as I could but in a tournament what would the ruling be.




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Replace the lie as it was determined by the group.
You have it right... put it back where it was-- as determined by your group's consensus.
Cool, I love it when I get something right. Thanks guys. It seemed like it would be right but I wasn't sure.
Place the disc where it was. The disc had come to rest.
Interesting.
I say play from where it lies
B. If a disc at rest on the playing surface or supported by the target is moved, the disc shall be replaced as close as possible to its original location, as determined by a majority of the group or an official. If a marker disc is moved, the marker disc shall be replaced as close as possible to its original location, as determined by a majority of the group or an official. (If the two meter penalty is in effect See also 803.08 C and D for movement of a disc above the playing surface.)
If your disc lands on top of your buddies disc (& stays there) then you owe him a beer!
I like this well more so if his disc lands on mine.

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