Out Of Bounds
The waterfall and areas outside of the fairways marked on the course map are out of bounds.
A throw that lands out of bounds, must be played from a point up to 1 meter in bounds from where the disc crossed over the out of bounds line.
What happens if my disc goes in the water? - You take a penalty stroke and throw again out of the water.
What there are people blocking the fairway? - You need to skip playing that hole – just write down the par score for everyone in the group and play the next hole, or try and come back later and see if it’s clear to play at that time instead
A penalty throw is one throw added to your score when a disc goes out of bounds, for violation of a courtesy rule, or when a disc is lost.
If the disc is stuck in a tree or a bush more than 2 meters above the ground, the marker disc is placed exactly beneath it and the play continues from that lie. Do not climb the trees or enter the water to retrieve lost discs. Please contact staff to assist.
Courtesy is huge in disc golf. Players must not display unsportsmanlike behavior, such as cursing, shouting, striking/kicking the course or equipment, distracting others, littering, or interfering with other players in any way.
Players must help to find lost discs and keep score correctly.
If courtesy rules are found to be violated, you'll get a warning first, but any more violations after that will incur a penalty throw.
If you've had the misfortune of losing your disc, you will have three minutes to search; that starts once you've arrived at the area you think it went.
All players must assist in the search, and failure to do so is considered a courtesy violation.
If your disc is a total goner, you'll receive one penalty throw. The next throw will then be made from the previous lie.