I was playing an ice bowl in WV a few years (any one who has ever played any of there ice bowl there know it just about having a good time and hanging with some cool people). Unfortunatly it was some of the worst conditions i had ever played in but it was okay due to the fact that the second round is doubles and you get a partner based on your first round. However if i would have known what i was in for i would have driven the 2 hours back to my house before the second round started. My partner (whom I have never met before) was still drinking beer when we arrived at our hole before the next tee off. He had killed almost 2 cases of beer on a 60 minute lunch and was having trouble standing much less throwing. He proceeded to argue with me on ever throw saying that we should take his even if he was 100 feet shorter than my drive. I pushed on and wasnt having that bad of a round even though i was dragging his drunk a** along the entire time. With 2 holes left the straw that broke the camels back finally landed. He ran up onto the teepad (wasnt our pad and launched his disc about 30 feet right out in front of him which caused it to spin up and roll down a hill about 100 feet away. Before anyone else could throw he started walking down the hill and fell literally rolling until he came to a halt about 30 feet from where he initially fell passed out cold drunk. I simply walked over put my putter in the basket and finished the round by myself missing cash by one stroke. He actually had the gall to ask me how we did after he awoke some 30 minutes later.
I often play many discs on each hole. A lot of times I play with a group of people and we all throw multiple discs.
I could see how someone might get upset about that, but we always let other players play though. If players are playing more than one disc, they should let you play though. If they don't, maybe you could throw more discs yourself to kill time.
A friend of mine was looking for houses in Clearwater fl. He was checking out the disc golf scene down there too and ran into Climo who seemed to throw lots of extra plastic. Seems to me that following the lead of the greatest disc golfer in the world could pay off.
Whoa did you just say tiger Woods pays for something? HA he gets paid to do everything, when hes out he is wearing nike $$$$$ hes on a course that he damn for sure probably did not pay to play on. Plus its Tiger F$%^ing woods he probably just reserved the whole damn course.
I was playing in a small non-sanctioned tournament in which I was behind by a few strokes and had pulled back within a throw going into the last hole of the second round. The player who was in the lead prior to the hole hit a tree out of the box then muffed his approach shot leaving with a four for the hole. I was left with about a 20 footer for par and the player decided to grab his bag and stand directly behind the basket moving back and forth as I stepped up to putt. Neadless to say, I was not very happy but went ahead and canned the putt. Two holes later I canned another to win in extra holes. Poor sportmanship is poor etiquette.