Wow. I remember playing courses where TRASH was the issue.
I hate when It's so muggy and humid I can't breath.
When there's a tick on the back of my neck after a round.
When I gash my leg on barbed wire.
When I climb 20 feet up a liveoak and still don't get my only flick, and leave it up there even though I can see it. (And they never come back)
When I'm trudging through shule and I trip over briars and shred my ankle, then have to stand in more briar to throw, miss the out, and take a 6 anyways.
trash, any and all of it but mostly the cig butts, yeah I used to smoke, and I never liked picking them up and I like it even less now
golfers that can't figure out when they're out and it's their turn to throw
golfers that walk into the line of sight or talk during someone else's shot, drive/up/putt, no matter
friggin Cell Phones, most curteous golfers will say, hey man I'm on call so I have to have my phone on, which is cool, but I played a round with a guy last weekend and he was on the phone more than he was off of it, it rang ten times in eighteen holes
When "banders" (a term I made up to describe groups at Morley Field in San Diego, that play / rent discs, get drunk the whole 19 holes!, move s-l-o-w-l-y, and are generally oblivious to ANYONE around them. They have to wear a paper wristband... hence "banders"), lose their disc in the trees or bushes and then proceed to bust whatever branches they deem necessary to retrieve their discs. I NEVER verbally balk at others conduct, but every once in a while I lose it when I see a beautiful place like Morley Field being trashed by a thoughtless jerk!
Panama City, FL is so cheap. What a crock. Enjoy your after work rounds, and if you join the military, make sure you get stationed somewhere disc golf friendly. Right, like it's up to us. :) Hey, I'll pick up ALL the trash if the local park service would put some baskets in!!
it bothers me when people in a casual round let a disc ruin their day. If they are having a bad round they find it easier to try to ruin everyone elses rather than fixing their game. Dont cry about a couple bad throws. If it bothers you that much its much deeper than disc golf.
Litter by far is the worse. I'll pick up a few cans and bottles while I play. I hate the trash that is 20 feet from a garbage can. Just because I miss putts from that distance doesn;t me someone can't walk the extra 10-12 steps and throw it away.
In tournament, thats a whole long post of playing with this one kid that threw his mini into the basket, running around, and etc.