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Everyone carries things like towels, pencils, bag tags, sanding pads, sharpies, bottle openers, water, lights, etc etc etc. But, what is the strangest thing you carry in your bag?

I've read and even submitted to the discussions on what you carry in your bag. There have been multiple discussions started on that subjet but not one that asks what is the strangest thing.

For me, it would have to be a bottle top that I picked up in Hawai'i. It's from the Kona Brewery on the big island and on the underside says PAU, which means "To Finish". It's a kind of talisman for me when my round is is ho-hum or seems to be fading down the stretch.

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Remind me to keep score before you touch the cards. ewwwww
not really strange, but I have tp rolled up in a sandwhich bag. I have had to use my innova towels before and thats to expensive. :)
A small zip bag with some unscented baby wipes is definately appreciated at times!
when you have to play "bear"
I have a brass peanut in my bag. It actually is a small pocket/novelty knife that was given out at the 1998 Nutbuster Open in Pennsylvania. It works great for hacking off those plastic shards on your disc that are just waiting to open up your throwing fingers. It also has some sentimental value in that I won that particular Supertour event (Advanced division) with a killer come from behind final 9! That was also the last time I played in the Advanced division at a tournament. If I'm playing poorly, it reminds me to man-up and get some nuts!
I have a chip of wood that used to be part of the first bench i ever sat on during a frolf game... some @$$HOLE broke the bench and threw it into the woods
what is this "frolf" you speak of..?

I have had a stick in my bag for about 2 yrs...just a random stick....
A roller hockey ball, and some electrical tape
that's just a dick move
lmao....I likely hit that golf ball found at Tusc....I retired most of them from carrying'em in the bag...to the business end of a wedge...that is once I found some marbles.

Marbles work the best at getting discs out of trees....as long as it's not completely wedged into a palm.
For some reason I've had a nutra grain bar wrapper in my bag for about 6 months now. Guess I'll just keep her in there.

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