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Hermit: (noun) Must have one of the following definitions in combination with an appearance that would be categorized as homeless or crazy;
1. an individual who spends their time collecting empty cans on a disc golf course.
2. an individual who spends their time retrieving disc from a water hazard only to sell them for profit.
Disc-oholic: (noun) an individual who collects rare plastic, only to hang them on the wall and never to play with them.
Wall Hanger: (noun/adjective) a disc whose inherit value renders it unthrowable.
Doom-dyed: (adjective) used to describe a disc whose color or "tie dye" is poorly suited for the surrounding terrain. (ex: a white disc thrown in the snow, a muted orange disc thrown in the fall seasons, etc...)
Earnie: (noun) a very difficult birdie putt or a putt that must be earned.
Popeye: (noun) an individual who plays better under the influence of marijuana or who smokes marijuana to improve their game.
Spinach: (noun) marijuana smoked before or during a round of disc golf. Used specifically by a "Popeye."
Disc Mob: (noun) A large group of disc golfers who play together, but should be broken into smaller groups to allow for quicker play . Usually will occur in numbers greater than 6 disc golfers.
Crapitalize: (adjective) opposite of "to capitalize." Used to describe a throw that could have resulted in a very positive situation, but turns out to be a very bad. (ex: a birdie that turns into a boogie. "Way to crapitalize!")
Disc-picable: (adjective) used to describe two consecutive bad throws.
Disc-ounted: (adjective) a term used to describe a throw whose results are predicted and successful, prior to actual execution. (ex: "Watch me make this putt... CHING... nice disc-ount!"
Limbo: (adjective) used to describe a thrown disc whose whereabouts or results are yet to be determined. Usually used in instances where there is some form of hazard, O.B. or blind shot.
Drink: (noun) a body of water that presents no difficulty in retrieving lose discs that have landed in it.
Soup: (noun) a body of water that renders a disc almost impossible, unhealthy, unsafe, or illegal to retrieve.
Casuals: (noun/adjective) a group or individual disc golfer who interferes or finds themselves on a course used for tournament/league play only.
Total Melt Down: What happens when you have a really bad hole. "A double bougy on an easy hole what a total melt down."
Lumber Jack: Playing in the woods off the fairway. "Everybody sing: I'm a Lumber Jack and I don't care"
Lumber Jack Off: Having a total melt down in the woods. "That triple boogy was due to me playing lumber jack off in the woods."
Fly Bye: when a disc flies by the basket 'complete miss' during a putt.
Drive Bye Shot: when a disc flies close to the basket during the drive off the tee, but hits nothing but the ground past the basket.
Drive Bye Shooting: when continuously getting close (as stated in Drive By Shot) during your round.
Glad to hear Park City Utah has made it way to Michigan!
Lincoln Hawk (arm wrestelr from Stallone's over the top) - when you decide to go over the top of the trees with a tommy or thumber.