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just wondering how many peeps actually get seriously hurt playing golf

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i was playing cameron west a couple of weeks ago and coming down the hill on hole 3 slipped landing on a tree stump with a rough edge and recived stitches inside and out narly
couple of fractured ankles and some spraigns


got a buddy who broke his leg dislocated his knee cap and some other crap.
Be careful of trees after your release. They will break your thrownig hand and you will be forced to learn how to throw with the other!
strained muscles,torn ligaments,cuts and bruises.
torn rotator, no more thumbers
Haven't had any yet. Now my frisbee's have had some severe concussions and near death experiences as the fly out of my hand.
none yet!!
i stepped on a stick about the size of my thumb driving hole 4 at sinnissippi park in sterling, il. the bottom half of my right leg twisted sideways and i tore out my bicep femoris and gastrocnemius muscles in the back of my leg. i was out of action for almost a year, my leg was completely black at the bend of the knee. now i have to have it replaced in a couple years. important lesson always clear off your teepad if possible.
Attacked by bees... didn't get me but my buddy got hit in the hand and my bro-in-law on the nose! Didn't think I could still run that fast!
just a serious strain or pulled muscle.

some guy was doing a study recently. I never saw the results posted anywhere though.
thats crasy what just a little bit of disc golf can do.. i hope that everything works out for you...

duain said:
i stepped on a stick about the size of my thumb driving hole 4 at sinnissippi park in sterling, il. the bottom half of my right leg twisted sideways and i tore out my bicep femoris and gastrocnemius muscles in the back of my leg. i was out of action for almost a year, my leg was completely black at the bend of the knee. now i have to have it replaced in a couple years. important lesson always clear off your teepad if possible.

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