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#31 Weetbix

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Posted 19 January 2018 - 04:09 PM

That case wasn't being investigated by the committee at the time.
There werw different circumstances with that one


So Itchy's point remains

They need to have any issues identified and sent to the committee before the player signs their card so they don't get a double whammy

With a feed review which could easily be running behind play the poor player could still cop two penalties

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#32 rogolf

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Posted Yesterday, 12:36 AM

So Itchy's point remains

They need to have any issues identified and sent to the committee before the player signs their card so they don't get a double whammy

With a feed review which could easily be running behind play the poor player could still cop two penalties

Yes, that's true.  Knowing the Rules and playing by them has its benefits.  The sport relies on the integrity of the player(s).



#33 Weetbix

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Posted Yesterday, 06:48 AM

Yes, that's true. Knowing the Rules and playing by them has its benefits. The sport relies on the integrity of the player(s).

Which they have a rich history of demonstrating

But some things are just never seen by them or their playing group

The rule change should have said that any infringements identified or advised to the player after they have signed their card and do not incur an incorrect scorecard penalty

Edited by Weetbix, Yesterday, 06:49 AM.

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#34 rogolf

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Posted Yesterday, 08:17 AM

Which they have a rich history of demonstrating

But some things are just never seen by them or their playing group

The rule change should have said that any infringements identified or advised to the player after they have signed their card and do not incur an incorrect scorecard penalty

The penalty went from DQ to two strokes in 2016, that's quite a significant change.  Imo, there has to be some incentive for the player to know the Rules; there shouldn't be a free pass for being ignorant of them.


Edited by rogolf, Yesterday, 08:19 AM.

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