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Wife Rules for Disc Golf

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Wife Rules:
You choose the course.
If there are too many intimidating looking people at the first tee, you can choose another course.
You may stop keeping score at any point.
You may stop playing at any point.
You play from the shortest tees, everyone else plays from the longer tees. If there are no short tees, your tee is a flat spot about a third of the way down the fairway. If there is a drop zone, that is your tee. 
You are never required to throw over water.
Everyone plays to the same basket.
All rounds at all courses are played net to par. Your par is what you would have scored if you hadn’t hit any trees. Unless a higher par is needed to keep your net total score lower than the rest of the group. Par for your card mates is 3 on every hole.
Any throw that “didn’t work” doesn’t count – up to two free re-throws from any lie.
If anybody is watching on the tee, you don’t need to throw. Use any other drive as your own.
If there is a group behind your group, they always play through.
You may take an unlimited amount of time for every throw if needed for changing clothes, applying sunscreen, adjusting equipment, let the wind calm down, or any other reason.
Your card mates are responsible for retrieving all discs in any kind of plants, mud, snow, or water and returning them to you sterilized and dry.
Your lie is the point nearest your thrown disc that is Nice Enough.
For putts, you may go back at any time and re-do any putt that you thought should have gone in. Even after the hole is complete or the round is over. No limit on re-putts.
You are the final authority on what your score was on any hole and in total.
None of the above is to be construed as implying in any way that you are not really playing disc golf.
You won.
You can buy as many new or replacement discs as you want from your phone on the car ride home.

Sounds about right.

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