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The player listed first bears primary responsibility for picking up the group's scorecard(s).
Players in the group keep score proportionally, unless a player or a scorekeeper volunteers to keep score more and that is acceptable to all players in the group.
After each hole has been completed, the scorekeeper records the score for each player in the group in a manner that makes each score clear to every player in the group. Any warnings or penalty throws are to be noted along with the score for the hole.
The score for a player on a hole is the total number of throws, including penalty throws. The total score for the round is the sum of all hole scores, plus any additional penalty throws. The use of anything other than a number as a score (including the lack of a score) is subject to penalty as described below in 808.G.2.
If there is disagreement about the score a player reports, the group reviews the hole and attempts to arrive at the correct score. If the group cannot reach consensus on the player's score, they seek the help of an Official or the Director as soon as is practical. If all players in the group agree that a score is incorrect, the score may be corrected before the scorecard is turned in.
All players are responsible for returning their scorecards within 30 minutes of the completion of a round, which is when the last group on the course has completed their final hole and has had reasonable time to turn in their scorecard. Failure to turn in a scorecard on time results in the addition of two penalty throws to the score of each player listed on the late scorecard.
After the scorecard has been turned in, the total score as recorded is final, except for the following circumstances:
Penalty throws may be added or removed up until the Director declares the tournament over, or all awards have been distributed.
If the total score is incorrect, improperly recorded, or missing, two penalty throws are added to the correct total score. Those penalty throws are not added when the score has been adjusted for other violations determined after the player had turned in an otherwise correct scorecard.
Outline of Contents
‹ 807 Completing the Holeup809 Other Throws ›
Disc Golf Rules and Standards
Official Rules of Disc Golf
800 Description of the Game
801 Application of the Rules
803 Obstacles and Relief
804 Regulated Routes
805 Regulated Positions
806 Regulated Areas
807 Completing the Hole
809 Other Throws
Appendix A: Match Play
Appendix B: Doubles and Team Play
Appendix C: Resources
Appendix D: Conversions
Appendix E: Index
Questions and Answers
Summary of Rule Changes
Competition Manual for Disc Golf Events
Translated Rules of Disc Golf
Becoming a PDGA Certified Rules Official
Divisions, Ratings, and Points Factors
Disc Golf Rules History