If the disc wedges from the inside, and you see it happen, it counts. If no one sees it wedge, then you assume that it did wedge from the inside and it counts. If you see it wedge from the outside it does not count. If you get an ace by wedging it through from the outside, the PDGA is going to say that you did not hit the target area, it only counts if no one can say that it went through from outside. The thing that gets me is, disc golf started out as object golf. It used to be good if you hit the pole!