1) “The Crotch” –
The Frisbee must be completely within the Crotch Square to be holed out. It may not be touching\overlapping the border lines at all. *Young Whipper-Snapper Update: The concrete pad has been covered with plants. You still have to throw from it.
2) “Buena Vista” –
Only the first or second shot of the hole may be not counted as a stroke if it lands in the “patio pit.” In the “patio pit” no step may be taken. It is considered a putt.
3) “The Wall” –
The scoring procedure is complicated but wondrous. Learn the Oral Tradition and pass it on from generation to generation. The object of the hole is to hit the wall above the line 3 times. If, on the second shot you hit the wall above the line, you may deduct 2 strokes off your total score. If, on the second shot you hit the wall below the line, you may deduct 1 stroke off your total score. Once you hit above the line, you may throw your next shots from wherever you please. Each time your Frisbee hits above the line you must catch it before it hits the ground or you must add 1 stroke. (the third time your Frisbee hits above the line, the catch must be with one hand.)
4) “The Non-Fern Pole” –
Any shot going in the water shall be played from the “patio-pit”and a 1 stroke penalty shall be assessed.
5) “The South Pole” –
6) “The Rock” –
*Young Whipper-Snapper Update: The walking path has been repaved. This hole starts on the path, directly north of the bench. Do not step in front of the bench on the tee shot.
7) “Bipolar Out” –
8) “The Woods” –
The first shot that goes out of bounds (off the fairway grass to any degree) will be charged a two stroke penalty and be played from where it lands. Any subsequent shot that goes out of bounds will be charged a 1 stroke penalty and played from where it lands. A shot that hits the hole pole and ricochets out-of-bounds will be considered successfully holed out without incurring any penalty.
9) “The Sewer Cap” –
The Frisbee must be completely within the bolts around the perimeter.
10) “The No Swimming Sign (Out)” –
To be successfully holed out the Frisbee must hit either face of the No Swimming Sign to any degree. Edges only do not count. If it only touches the supporting poles it is not considered holed out.
11) “The Grate” –
Shots in the water will be charged a 1 stroke penalty and then thrown from the “drop rock.”
12) “The No Swimming Sign (In)” –
The same rules apply as in “No Swimming Sign (Out)”.
13) “The Pine Yard” –
The Frisbee must pass through the two “gateway” pines from the direction of the tee.
14) “The Lake Pole” –
The Frisbee must hit the pole. If it only hits the yellow or grey boxes it is not considered holed out.
15) “The Under-the-Bench Hole” –
You may pass under the bench from either direction. The Frisbee must hit the pole. If it hits only boxes it is not considered holed out. *Young Whipper-Snapper Update: The bench has been removed. This hole is now a par 4.
16) “The Bridge” –
(Bad things happen on The Bridge) All shots must be played from where they ricochet after hitting the poles. Shots in the water will be played nearest to where they went in the water with a clear line to the next target with a one stroke penalty added. The Frisbee must be completely on the bridge to be considered holed out.
17) “The Plateau” –
The first “patio-pit” may only be utilized on the first throw without incurring a stroke. The second “patio-pit” may only be utilized on the second throw without incurring a stroke.
18) “The 18th” –
If on the first (miracle) or second shot only, the Frisbee is on the cement pad but hanging over the edge at all, one stroke may be deducted and a “0″ or “1″ will be your score.
Par – In: 34
Par – Out: 34
*Young Whipper-Snapper Alternate Rule: Whenever the disc goes in the water, instead of taking a drop at the designated spot and assessing a one stroke penalty, a player can choose to throw from the spot in the water that the disc was recovered from. No penalty strokes are assessed. This most often comes into play on holes 4, 5, 6, 11, 16 and 17.