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Lost Boys (and Girls)


Lost Boys (and Girls)

For those of us who have had the misfortune of losing more than 1 disc during a round....

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Latest Activity: Aug 29, 2011

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Comment by Renee Bryant on December 24, 2009 at 1:30am
Worst ever was at a tourney. First hole of the day I dropped 3 in a row in the drink. Ended up with an 8 on a par 3. WTF?
Comment by AK Discer on October 23, 2009 at 5:11am
I lost my Firebird and Groove in one round a few months back....slightly depressing. Still never found them, my name and number was on them and I know they've been found. I hate people that find discs and don't return them or at least make a decent effort to do so.
Comment by Jackson on September 10, 2009 at 1:12pm
Dave, also think about having some discs lying around you don't "care" about so much. That way, newbies can borrow them and lost them without ruining your day.
Comment by Drx49er on August 20, 2009 at 4:16pm
David, I am so sorry! That sucks!!
Comment by David Rosenzweig on August 20, 2009 at 11:46am
lost 12 discs in last month
Comment by John Wright on August 6, 2009 at 7:04pm
Last night during leagues my beloved WOLF right into a tree then into the River that had swollen due to all of the rain, Why does it always rain on league night? Still putted in for par though!
Comment by Duh on August 6, 2009 at 5:22pm
I threw a forehand roller on a hole that runs along a busy street. This is my usual shot on the hole, but this time my disc turned up too soon & was rolling right into the street. It proceeded to roll down the street into oncoming traffic. My friend Tony and I watched an old beat up Honda run right over it. The 2 losers in the car yelled some vulgarities at us (like I meant to throw my disc in the street) and drove off with my disc wedged underneath their car! I cussed at them to stop and say that to my face (I just wanted my disc back), but they kept on goin. We even watched the car stop at the next light, expecting the disc to dislodge itself from under the car. But no, goodbye Firebird :(
Comment by Jackson on June 5, 2009 at 2:58pm
Earlier this year. WINDY WINDY WINDY Wisconsin day. Course is right on a river. Water came into play on 1/3 of the holes. I lost 6 discs in two rounds, but I never laid-up once. My score was awful, but I went for it every time. Stupid? Maybe. But people still tell me about it. I felt fearless. Heck, I even lost two discs in the river on one windy hole. With water on the left, and OB road on the right, with a right-to-left crosswind, you were either a pro that parked it or you laid up or you hit water. I was not going to lay up. But, then, I am 37 years old with a real job. I could just buy new ones when it was all over, though I have not yet replaced them all. There is still that TL...
Comment by Drx49er on May 10, 2009 at 8:09pm
Ray, that is soooo sad!
Comment by ray price on May 10, 2009 at 12:36pm
ok 3 disc's in 3 holes rite in a row just today all in the water on the steady ed course at idgc hole 4 a force and hole 5 a pulse and hole 6 comet and played my best round on steady ed too...

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