Using fingertips is legal on the 1st or 3rd hit as long as the ball is not momentarily held or the player does not make double contact. The first pass using fingertip action (on the serve or attack that is not consider to be “hard driven”) will be more strictly judged than the second hit. Players should not be called for overhead passing or “hand setting” based on spin or the number of revolutions. The only time The Sand Club agree with a “spin” violation is if there is more spin coming out then coming in. Due to high controversy in the past, there was no hand-setting over the net in The Sand Club leagues, unless both captains agree to play it. Technically, if a player is square, there is no double contact, and the ball is not momentarily held then the player may set the ball over. We ask that the captains discuss the “tightness” of hand setting and setting over before the match or game begins.