Savannah Disc Golf Association

SDGA Rules Sheet

Tom Triplett Disc Golf Course Local Rules:

Tom Triplett Park Out of Bounds (OB), Hazards and Mandos
Hole #1 Road and beyond is OB
Hole #2 Pathway and beyond is OB
Hole #3 Pathway and beyond is OB
Hole #4 Lake is OB
Pathway and beyond is OB
GOLD TEE: If disc does not come to rest in bounds, you may 1) re-tee and add a stroke 2) use drop zone marked with orange spray paint 100feet in front of pad and add a stroke. Path on gold tee side of lake is in bounds. Path on far side of lake and beyond is OB.
Hole #5 – Road and beyond is OB

Hole #6 Road and beyond is OB
Pathway and beyond is OB from gold/black/red/whites. Must cross pathway from blue or add a stroke and re-tee.
Water in the ditch on the right side and behind the green is casual
Road and beyond on right is OB
Pathway and beyond on left is OB
Hole #7 Road + pathway and beyond is OB
Mando for gold/black only. If mando is missed add a stroke and re-tee. Or you can “rewind” with out a stoke
Hole #11 Pathway and beyond is OB
Hole #13 Pathway and beyond is OB
Mando is for all tees. If mando is missed add a stroke and use Drop zone: red/blue tee. Or you can “rewind” with out a stoke added
Hole #14 GOLD/BLACK TEE: If your disc does not come to rest on land, you may: 1) re-tee and add a stroke 2) use drop zone half way around lake marked by orange concrete cylinders and add a stroke or 3) Play where disc crossed into hazard with one meter relief or anywhere behind that point.
Mando is for all tees but most noticeable for Black/Gold: If mando is missed use drop zone half way around lake marked by orange concrete cylinders and add a stroke. Or you can “rewind” without a stroke added. Path is not OB on gold/black format.
Hole #15 Beyond the near rail on the railroad track is OB
Road and beyond is OB
Double mando is used for Gold tee. The single mando is for Black/Blue tees only.
Hole #16 GOLD TEE: If your disc does not come to rest on land over far side of road, you must re-tee from drop zone and add a stroke, Located on the road marked with orange spray paint.
Other tees: road and beyond is OB. Play from where your disc crossed land last and add a stroke
Hole #17 Please use a spotter on this hole when playing blue, black/gold. On 17 blue, black and gold If your disc does not come to rest on land over far side of road, you may 1) play from where it crossed in bounds last on far side of road and add a stroke. The out-of-bounds line represents a vertical plane on far side of road. 2) If disc never crossed in bounds you must re-tee.
Other tees: road and beyond is OB. Play from where your disc crossed land last and add a stroke
Hole #18 All sidewalks and beyond are OB
The gazebo: If the disc is not touching dirt/ground and is resting anywhere on gazebo it is OB
Water in ditch is casual