Was in a tourny and guy in my group lost his second shot, and after our group decided where he should throw from. This guy from the group behind us as we are finishing the hole comes up and says that the spot we chose was wrong and said if he didn't replay it he was gonna stroke him! After all he is a pdga official he told us repeditly, then as an official you should know better then to be drinking beer in a sanctioned event. He looked down at the beer and said don't worry about me worry about your shot! what a tool
For all the good etiquette that goes on, it's the annoying things that bother you the most.
Another standing directly to your side when you putt, and has to be asked to move and they give you that 'huh' why? look.
What bothers me the most is when there is a ridiculous argument about who's out.... some actually want to get out a "tape measure!" It happens way too often, without naming names...
It's the guy that is way to particular and won't let the game be played. Always talking about the score (usually is wrong) but generally annoying.
I think that the thing that bothers me the most is someone having a meaningless conversation while you are trying to drive, putt, etc. Can't you wait a few seconds? Shut the hell up! This happened to me the other day in league and the gut was a drunk from another group. Blah, blah, blah.
I wouldn't say it was etiquitte, but usually what bothers me is stupid newbies that don't understand the game/etiquitte. Have you seen these people, they step up, drive and start walking to their shot all in 1 motion, then their buddies do teh same thing.
Anyway, On Thursdays my group usually play one of our 9-hole courses since we don't even get there until 5:30. So, we're walking to our drives on hole 7 and one of teh newbies we just play through throws his "drive" and comes within about 6" of my head. Once I got to my drive, I had to be warned again because the same newbie had thrown at me again and nearly hit me in the leg.
At this point, I'm ready to throw his disc in the pond, but I digress. I putted out and moved on. I don't have a lot of tollerance for stupid people in general, but on a disc golf course, it's just kind of dangerous sometimes.
Sounds like you were probably playing at Watson. I'm originally from STL and I play there with my uncles when I'm back in town. Almost every time we go there they tell me the story of when some kids waited down by 7's basket until after they drove, then ran up, stole my uncle's disc, and went home. Being how awesome and in shape my uncle is, he chased them to their house, knocked on their front door, and confronted them/told their mother. Unsurprisingly, they pulled out a massive pile of discs--many likely acquired in similar fashion--yet hid my uncle's somewhere else. He never got it back. He laughs about it now, but wow, how dumb kids can be.
I watched two guys ride their mountain bikes right through our fairway, while one of them was telling the other about his girlfriend getting hit by a disc. We saw then on the next hole as they were riding circles around another basket in the woods then they rode right across our fairway again in front of us. They did not have any concern about disc golfers... Its no wonder that he got his girlfriend hit. They did hear a few choice words from some others...
One of our local courses is near a very rich community, where a lot of Asian immigrants live. I was playing that one day when one family decided that the course was a walking path. Some how they had enough talent to be in our way like 7 times. One time even SITTING IN THE FAIRWAY! Some people are just plain ignorant!