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OUT OF BOUNDS
A detailed hole by hole description of what's in, and what's out.

1
In anyone's backyard (right side of the hole).
On or across parking lot or Mill Street.
In or across the creek (behind the basket).
12
On or across the parking lot or the street.
On or to the left of the maintenance trail.
Water is casual (no penalty).
2
In or across the creek.
On or across Mill Street (or sidewalk).
13
On or across any paved surface (includes maint. trail).
Water is casual (no penalty).
3
On or across Mill Street (or sidewalk).
In or across the creek.
14
No Out of Bounds.
Water is casual (no penalty).
4
On or across Mill Street (or sidewalk).
Water is casual (no penalty).
15
No Out of Bounds.
Water is casual (no penalty).
5
On or across Mill Street (or sidewalk).
Water is casual (no penalty).
16
In any part of the creek, fully surrounded by water.
The main road (not the pavement behind the basket).
Through the gate/fence (to the right of the basket).
6
On or across any paved surface.
Beyond the chains near the gravel parking area.
17
On or across the main road.
All other surfaces are in play.
7
In or across the creek.
18
Over the fence onto ball diamond.
All other surfaces are in play.
8
In the creek.
19
On or across the main road.
In the ball field or beyond the chains near the parking area.
9
On or across any paved surface.
20
On or across the main road or sidewalk (top of hill).
In the creek.
10
On or across any paved surface.
Over the fence, in the skate park.
21
In or across the creek.
11
Over the fence, in the pool area.
On or across main road (to the left).
All other surfaces are in play. All water is casual.
22
In or across the creek.
On or across any paved surface.

MANDOs (Mandatory shots): If you miss a MANDO (holes 6 & 12), you must re-tee with a one stroke penalty.
DRY CREEK BED: A penalty stroke still applies if it can be determined that the disc would normally be surrounded by water.
OUT OF BOUNDS: Your disc must be fully surrounded by or across (water/pavement) to be considered OB.
If any portion of your disc can be considered in-bounds, then you are in-bounds (no penalty).
Always mark your lie and play your next shot from where your disc was last in bounds, not where it landed at.