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2021 Caddie Book

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Winthrop University Course

HOLE 1

MARYLAND
Mandatory right of tree near tee. Drop Zone for missed mandatory is tee. Street on left and beyond is OB.

HOLE 2

KENTUCKY
Street on left and areas beyond are OB. Planted flower area on left OB. Parking lot is OB. Beyond fence on right is OB. Discs landing on the other side of the fence may not be retrieved. On top of building played from Drop Spot behind (tee side) of building. OB marked area on right near fence.

HOLE 3

MAINE
Hazard on left and behind target. Fenced area is part of the Hazard penalty area but player can obtain relief in accordance to 803.02A. Street is OB and all throws short of street are OB - Retee with penalty. OB area on right around house.

HOLE 4

North Carolina
The street, all areas beyond the street, and the fenced maintenance area behind the green are OB. Mandatory left of large oak tree. Drop Spot marked in fairway. To complete this mandatory, the disc must also clearly pass below some portion of the trees when crossing the mandatory to the correct side.

HOLE 5

TEXAS
Winthrop Lake, the street on right, all areas beyond the street on right are OB. The OB line for the lake is marked by string or rope. Mandatory left of tall pole with flag at corner of lake. Drop Spot marked in fairway.

HOLE 6

FLORIDA
Winthrop Lake, roped area on right, and wetlands area behind the green are OB. On green, the lake OB line is defined by inside edge of board. All OB throws are limited to two options: throw from the Drop Spot or previous lie. Discs landing in the wetlands area may not be retrieved.

HOLE 7

COLORADO
The concrete culvert is in bounds up to where the Mandatory line is crossed. The street, all areas beyond the street, and the wetlands area are OB. Note that the OB line for the wetlands area is approximately 1 meter to the tee side of the fence.

Discs landing in the wetlands area may not be retrieved. The entrance to the green is a triple mandatory. To complete the mandatory, the disc must pass between the two marked vertical posts and below the marked top post. Throws that miss the mandatory may be played from either of the two Drop Spots with a one-throw penalty.

If after passing the mandatory correctly the disc establishes a position against or near the bamboo wall, the player may relocate the lie up to one meter away from and perpendicular to the mandatory line even if the direction takes the lie closer to the target.

HOLE 8

NEW JERSEY
All areas beyond red stakes and fence on left are OB. Baseball field on right is OB. Mandatory left of foul pole of baseball field. Drop Spot for missed mandatory marked near foul pole. Discs landing in the baseball stadium may not be retrieved.

HOLE 9

Pennsylvania
In bounds are two roped areas. All other grass areas are OB. OB Sidewalk and beyond on left and baseball field on right. Standard OB rules apply except for the Island Green. To advance to the Island Green, throws must come to rest on the island. The Island Green is not considered in bounds for marking purposes until a throw has established a position on the Island.

Players who miss the Island can advance to last point where the disc was inbounds before the Island. Discs in baseball field may not be retrieved.

HOLE 10

VIRGINIA
Mandatory right near tee. Drop Zone for missed mandatory is tee. In bounds is fairway (right of the sidewalk and left of marked line). All other areas including tennis court and sidewalks and beyond on left are OB. OB options limited to previous lie or Drop Zone.

HOLE 11

California
Asphalt sidewalk and beyond on left OB. On the right side of the fairway, the curb, concrete sidewalk, pavement and beyond are OB. Traditional OB rules apply. Roped areas on left are Hazard. Roped area on right is Hazard.

HOLE 12

alabama
Roped area on left and right are Hazard. Parking lot OB, asphalt sidewalk and beyond on left OB. Other concrete sidewalks are in bounds.

HOLE 13

Indiana
Marked OB area between asphalt sidewalk and road. (The asphalt sidewalk is in bounds.) Roads and beyond OB, parking lot area and beyond are OB except for the Island Green. Standard OB rules apply (Player can rethrow or play from point where the disc was last in bounds) except for the Island Green. To advance to the Island Green, throws must come to rest on the island.

The Island Green is not considered in bounds for marking purposes until a throw has established a position on the island.

HOLE 14

Kansas
Road and beyond OB. On coliseum roof is OB. Marked area on left is Hazard. Sidewalks are in-bounds. Hay bales are casual obstacle. Do not play from on top of bales, player may take casual relief on the line of play. Discs landing on hay bales may be retrieved.

HOLE 15

New Hampshire
This hole has a triple mandatory. To complete the mandatory, the disc must pass between the two marked vertical posts and below the marked top post. Throws that miss the mandatory are played from the Drop Spot with a one-throw penalty. Beyond fence in baseball field is OB. Discs landing in the baseball field may not be retrieved.

HOLE 16

West Virginia
The street and all areas beyond the street are OB. Marked area is Hazard.

HOLE 17

Ohio
In bounds limited to safe area near tee and inside bales. The lake and all other land, including bales themselves, are OB. OB options limited to previous lie. Player may proceed to Island Green Drop Spot after three total OB throws. Advancing to Island Green: Advance only with an in-bounds lie on green or after three OB throws (play from Island Green Drop Spot). On green: Throws landing OB must throw again from the previous lie with a one-throw penalty.

HOLE 18

South Carolina
One player on teeing platform at a time. Winthrop Lake OB. Marked OB on left. Marked OB on right. Drives that do not cross inbounds from the tee must retee with penalty.
Get them here
The easiest way to Winthrop is off of I-77, just south of the North Carolina line, at Exit 82B...
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Check in at the Winthrop Arena Course for the competitors of the USDGC Doubles.

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10TH
* Tee times will be available at the course on a first-come-first-served basis.*

Borrowing ideas from the traditional game of golf, Harold Duvall, Jonathan Poole, and Dave Dunipace began planning an event that would quickly shape the future of disc golf’s competitive scene.
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