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"Non-Tools" Who Kindly Return Lost Discs


"Non-Tools" Who Kindly Return Lost Discs

By joining this group you pledge to have the respect and common decency to return lost discs of fellow disc golfers. Remember... 1. What comes around, go's around! 2. You reap what you sow! 3. Bad form!

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Pay Homage To Your Favorite Lost Disc Here... 25 Replies

Started by mdub. Last reply by Jeremy Kerr Apr 22, 2010.

How far do you go to return a disc? 2 Replies

Started by Matt Sink. Last reply by CBass Jan 28, 2010.

Have You Ever Caught Anyone Playing With "Found" Discs? 22 Replies

Started by mdub. Last reply by CBass Jan 28, 2010.

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Comment by Rock Out With My Roc Out on November 11, 2008 at 5:57pm
Brewer Park
Grand Rapids MI

Tony Nagurski I have your 177 Monster marked "ace hole 7 blue dale saw" with signatures
Comment by Rock Out With My Roc Out on November 11, 2008 at 3:12pm
While playing with my gf and some friends she shanked one and it took a funny skip off a branch off into the bermuda triangle of woods at our local course. While looking for her disc, two guys came up to the pad.Not wanting to be any inconvenience to fellow golfers I inform them that we have one lost, and to feel free to play through. I also inform them that my drive is sitting next to the basket and wasnt left behind-so dont move it-just ignore it and I will grab it when we finish the hole. So after a long search (during which noone else played through) we finally gave up so i walked up to make my 3 foot deuce putt to find that my trusty aviar, like the guys we let play through, was long gone. Funny how I think about the fact that I would pay $30 to have my beat up old $8 dx friend back. It also sickens me to think that this disc looked like it had been through world war 3 and was probably of little value to the chode who swiped it(Im sure its a new chew toy for his dog and is probably being repeatedly seasoned with milk bone slobber even as i type this). I remember what the guys look like(have seen them before) and plan to keep my eye out for them,in hopes that I might see one of them with my disc at which point I have decided to punch him straight in the nuts and walk off with his whole bag(which im sure is full of about 20 discs with no 2 having the same name on them) while he quivers on the ground peeing blood. Then I plan to RETURN all of the discs in the bag to the rightfull owners who im sure feel the same way I do. So if you've had one swiped-there is still hope. Maybe this would make guys think twice before putting thier grubby mitts on my beloved plastic. Whos with me.
Comment by Travis on November 7, 2008 at 3:27pm
playing with stolen discs will add strokes to your game.
Comment by Calico Jack on November 3, 2008 at 11:44am
When will we ever learn?
Comment by LSDiscs-Neileo on November 3, 2008 at 11:30am
Jack...the same thing happened to us recently...we had a group of about 6 playing a 19 hole round one evening when a friend left her disc near hole 15...the 2 guys behind us said that they didn't want to play through because they didn't know the course and wanted to follow...of course we asked them to join us and they declined...anyhooters, when my nephew and erica went back to get her disc it was gone, and so were the 2 guys...her # is on the disc so we'll see...I hate knuckleheads
Comment by Jack Davis on November 2, 2008 at 6:31pm
Thought I would share this with you guys. I received a brand new Discraft Meteor as a CTP at our Doubles final this summer. I started using it for a touch disc and really got to like it. I left it after a put from behind a bush and didnt realize it until the last hole. I seen a group coming up behind us about 30 min later, so I ask the group " Did you guys find a white Discraft Meteor?" and of course they say no. About a week later we are out at the same course and we are playing 21 around the 18th pin and that same group comes playing through, and as I am watching the "father" of the group throw his up shot, here comes my Meteor sailing towards me. So of course I ask "did you guys find that disc" and they look at one another like I grew horns and a tail and look back at me and say "yes we did, and we called the number a bunch of times and its been cut off or something" I say " well thats odd because I run my business off that number and it has not be "cut off or something" in over 5 yrs but that is fine I'll take my disc please and thank you.

You know it burns my ass to have someone yank my disc but you dont have to yank my chain when i ask you for it
Comment by LSDiscs-Neileo on November 1, 2008 at 11:04am
bryan, you've got to stop doin that...lol
Comment by Calico Jack on November 1, 2008 at 10:35am
dammit... left another one out on the course. :( I got a call on tee 18 in Joplin and ran off to my car and left my drive laying in the fairway. I'm still holding out hope someone in my group picked it up. :(
Comment by Quin Henry on October 25, 2008 at 1:51pm
"I Hate Tools" Where's my Wraith WTF
Comment by LSDiscs-Neileo on October 21, 2008 at 12:46pm
man, all I can say, if there is contact info on your plastic, you will get it back...if it's just your name, and I don't know you, it stays in my bag until I do know you...and to those who return lost plastic...BLESS YOUR HEART....keep it up peeps

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