claring wrote:The moral of the story is this is exactly why people don't call alot of things as this is usually what happens.
Clue wrote:claring wrote:The moral of the story is this is exactly why people don't call alot of things as this is usually what happens.
But, I'd argue that you didn't follow through. If I were in your situation I'd add that not only are you just enforcing the rules but that you're obligated to do so by rule. Then if he's still whining I'd be real clear that we're going to get back to playing golf and if he doesn't just start calling courtesy warnings. And if the 1st courtesy warning doesn't work I would skip calling the second one and get the TD to ask that he be disqualified. There's 2 parts to calling rules, the expectation that players enforce the rules and the expectation that offending players accept being called for violations. To me, arguing why someone enforces the rules may be one of the most egregious courtesy violations out there and should be enforced rigidly.
Discwrangler wrote:And this is a terrible way to spend a day-off in the park. I get it.
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