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I was talking to a vender at work who I discovered was a disc golfer, he was telling me about a friend who he was playing with, his disc went in the O.B. area and he went in after it. when he found it he found the disc being mauled by a large black snake, the snake decided to chew on the disc for a while. if you have had any strang incounters or funny things happen during your outtings lets us know thanks.

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*Tear for the seagull. See what our tobacco industry has done to hook the animals too now??
Re-tees are for intentional interference only...play em where they lay. That said, you guys made a good common sense type call. It seems the fair thing to do.
HILARIOUS! We have a guy who walks around with his shirt unbuttoned talking to local disc golfers as if he knows nothing about the sport, (We call him Jeepers Creepers) but I will take Jeepers Creepers over The Prune Smuggler any day of the week! LOL, good luck with that.
Saw a video (cool shots?) of a coyote pick up a disc and trot off with the golfer running after it. The coyote looked back, saw the golfer, dropped the disc and bolted.
this happened in Missouri, McBride school. He said it looked like a common black snake
That is funny you wouldnt think they would want to nest that close to the action.
That would be a good You Tube vid. on proper foot placement
OMG I think I would have wet myself on that one I think you are in the lead with that story
As long as he dropped it closer to the pin . . . . . . . .
The Prune Smuggler--lol !
How would u rule that? lol Replace?
803.7.B. If a disc at rest on the playing surface
or supported by the target is moved, the
disc shall be replaced as close as possible
to its original location, as determined by
a majority of the group or an offi cial. If
a marker disc is moved, the marker disc
shall be replaced as close as possible to
its original location, as determined by a
majority of the group or an official.

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