I hear you. I get to hole 17 at my home course and a guy and his girl are laying on the ground flying a kite. i tell them that its a disc golf course and ppl are waiting on him to move so our group can tee off. he shruggs his shoulders. i then tell him there is a huge open field just 200ft away. he says, "i know". So tee'd off we did.
I was playing In Oswego, Illinois at Eagle Ridge (Civic Center Park) And threw my wasp on a turn over on hole #11. When we got to the area we looked and looked. As about 3 to 5 minutes past and we gave up the search and I was on my way to re-tee. Some guy tees off and the disc lands about 20 feet from me. I walk over and loot at it. It is my Orange wasp we had been looking for. I picked it up and walked away. As I walk away I hear them saying oh, that must have been his disc. Seriously people it has my name Phone #, PDGA #, and Ace #2 with date written on it. Use some common sense!
Or don't! Luckily there are now more options to play in SD County. Great work San Diego Aces Disc Golf Club for installing more courses to enjoy our challenging game. Idiots at Morley are not a challenge anymore!!!
I was trying to remember something “good enough” to make a post on this thread over the course of playing this game for some years. And, I couldn’t find something that could compare until, yesterday, at league play.
The cops were called to the course because 2 teenagers that have been playing for about 3 weeks found themselves holding up the “course pro” and his band of shirtless beer swillin’ comrades. The teenagers were told to move to another hole, which they did, but found themselves once again holding up the “course pro” and his crew. I guess this was too much for the “course pro” and a command decision was made, to inform everyone that he is the “course pro” first of all, the course is closed and he’s calling the cops.
This is a public course and no paperwork has been filed with the city to close the course at least with this club.