Cydisc wrote:At any rate, there really isn't any concrete rule for the format, so however you call it, as the TD, is the correct way.
Really? Don't you think the statement below signifies the default? I would say if the TD doesn't specify in advance that both lies are in play, you should assume only one or the other has to be used. I also think you should have both played the 25 foot lie in your example
."Both players throw from each lie (starting with the tee shot), then [b]the team chooses which of the resulting lies to continue play from
, until the hole is completed."[/b]
1) Why would I do that when he made the putt?
2) "If the first player throws from the wrong lie, the second player may still throw from the correct lie."
I know this was brought up earlier, but it's still open to interpetation. In the rules of disc golf, this is refered to as "Playing from another player's lie". The word "wrong" isn't used. So, in this case, the "wrong" lie could be any lie other than the one "chosen by the team". Remember, when Player A played from his own lie, it wasn't chosen *by the team*.