Areas of confusion: Rules

Order of play:

In Casual & Tournament Play:

The order of play refers to who throws first where it be off the tee pad to which the order consists of the players listed on the scorecard, and the throwing order on the following tee pad will the lowest scoring player first, then the second lowest an so on. When it comes to playing in a group, the player furthest from the pin (basket) would throw first as to not preempt harm upon other players in event of a missed throw.

No group may play through the group ahead unless directed by an Official, or if the group ahead is standing aside in accordance with the rules.

Moving Obstacles:

In Casual & Tournament Play:

A player must choose the stance that results in the least movement of any obstacle that is a permanent or integral part of the course. Once a stance has been taken, the player may not move an obstacle in order to make room for a throwing motion. It is legal for a player's throwing motion to cause incidental movement of an obstacle.

A player may move casual obstacles that are on or behind the lie partially or completely on the lie or in the stance area, regardless of whether they extend in front of or behind the lie. A casual obstacle is any item or collection of loose debris (such as stones, leaves, twigs, or unconnected branches),

Relief from Obstacles:

A player can obtain relief from obstacles only in the case that:

a) The disc has gone into the out of bounds (the disc completely surrounded by asphalt or water) to which relief is taken by taking a meter from out of bounds, 90 degrees from were the inbounds area meets the out of bounds area.

b) The lie is obstructed by a hazardous object that may cause harm to the player, therefore relief must be taken further away from the pin along the line of play, back to where there is a safer lie to continue from.    

c) If the disc comes to rest in/on a tree branch (2-meter rule), the player will be required to put down a marker directly under the lodged disc, to which play can continue.