In doubles, partners shall play on the same color at both ends of the court.
To start a game, the yellow disc is shot first. Play alternates – yellow, then black – until all discs are shot. Yellow shall always be played from the right side of the head of the court, and left side of foot of the court.
Players are crossed, they are not face to face.
Players shall place their four (4) discs within and not touching lines of their respective half of 10-off area. Penalty 5-Off. Penalty not applied to a player until he/she has played a disc.
Discs must be played from the clear from within the respective half of 10-off area.
If disc played touches front or back lines, penalty 5-off.
If disc played touches side line, or triangle, penalty 10-off; offender’s disc removed, and opponent credited with any of his/her discs displaced. All displaced discs shall be removed from the court immediately after scoring of opponent’s displaced discs. Any 10-offs the offender had on the court that were displaced will be removed before further play and also be deducted from offender’s score.
Disc touching lines: it is common practice with players to jockey or slide the playing disc backward and forward to see if there is sand which might interfere with disc sliding evenly. No penalty is to be called on this practice if lines are touched or crossed while jockeying. Disc in motion may cross outside diagonal line.
A disc that does not reach (at least touch) the farthest dead line will be removed from the court.
A disc that is leaning over edge of court and touching the alley shall be immediately removed.