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Michael West from Callifornia had decided to visit Florida and play some of it's Fine Disc Golf Courses.
While traveling he stumbles upon the famous Daytona Beach's Tuscawilla course. At the First tee he meets Kory Olko and they decide to play together.
When they get to the tee of the second hole Michael says, "This will be easy. I'll use my trusty Star Beast and a putter. Michael takes out his Beast and agressively throws toward the basket that was 359 feet away. As soon as he let's go of the disc. it dings a tree to the right and drops hard to the ground.
Kory immediately hands him his putter and responds,
"It looks like you got one hell of a putt left!"
daddy dragon's add on list of "sounds dirty"...
no one was at the course,so I played with myself.
Aced that hole.
I've never aced a hole, but I have played with myself plenty of times.
You're right. That does sound dirty.
A woman goes to Daytona Beach News Journal office in order to put in an obituary for deceased husband Jamie Ruane.
The Obit. Editor asked what she would like to place in the column and informed her that it will be $5.00 a word. She stated "Well then, let it read....... Jamie Ruane Died."
Amused at how thifty the lady was, the editor smiles and tells the widow that there is an eight word minimum for all obituaries. After pondering the situation for a couple of minutes she states
"Well then, let it read.... Jamie Ruane Died, Disc Golf Equipment for sale".
What's so f.....g funny about that?
I mean like.....Geesh, he's slowly killing us off here!!
besides.....it won't be for sale...cause, I'm taking it with me. ; )~
Mr Ed Horst from Port Charlotte had made the local news channel.
Reporter "So, Mr Ed you have been married for a long time what is your secret?"
Mr Ed "Well as you said, it is a secret..."
Reporter "Is it becuase your wife lets you play Disc Golf any time you want?"
Mr Ed "Well if you really want to know my secret to a long and happy marriage............ Before getting married, my wife and I had agreed that I would make all the major decisions and she would make the minor ones."
Before anyone could say anything else, Mrs Horst jumps in with "And lucky for us, there has never been any major decisions. So he has not had a chance to screw up."