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This is not sarcasim... I would like to just make a note to thank those disc golfers who are honest enough to make the call about a lost disc that was found. I got a call the other day from a player in Maryland. He introduced himself and explained why he was calling. I knew exactly what course he was talking about and the disc that was in question. To that person I would like to extend some karma in your efforts. Since I live in New Jersey and only played that particular course while I was on a road trip, I allowed him to keep the disc. No worries about the disc, it was the idea of the thing that I liked the best. Keep it honest disc golfers. It's people like my Maryland friend that keep this sport the way it is... Peace

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right on man!!!
Agreed. I go in the water at just about any course and look for discs any disc with a number on it I call. In total I have found probably easily over a hundred or more discs in the water in less than a year. Alot are returned, but I find most of the time the numbers on the back are no good, or there is no number period. Called some people in Pennsylvania. Still have the guys disc in fact. Said he was going to have his brother get it or something, never heard from either again. Real nice buzzz to.

If its someone on here let me know, PDGA# 24095 Name:E. Frazier
Ok people...here's a beef...lol!! put your damn area code with your number...I found one in 14 at Tuscawilla last week....called... it was a local exchange...The dude answered and was like what the hell are you talking about...he ain't never heard of disc golf....he thought I was nuts.
Oh Yeah...that reminds me.... why aren't you here?????
I had a guy call me on a disc i lost over a month age. Said he would mail it out in a week since it was found about 2 hours away (not where i lost it). Stll havent recieved it and he said he would mail it out 2 weeks ago. Why even call and ask info on it if your not going to mail it.

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