I know you guys warned me - but I jumped in the USPSA matches at my range deal.
Planning a natural terrain stage (woods run) at an upcoming match, in Outlaw matches we use a well defined (cleared ) trail, with a 1' high rope "fault line" where necessary. Most of the time a fault line is not necessary because the is No Advantage, to leaving the trail . If you do your bush whacking through the brush, thorns, ticks, chiggers, etc. and will be much slower.
Already have one guy saying "you can't do THAT in a USPSA match"
My answer is the rope is NOT a Fault line it's a Barrier, It's not hard to raise it if that low is a problem.
I will have "appropriate" legal fault lines Where/IF, necessary
What say the Doodie Range Lawyers? ?