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The past few weeks, my game has gone down hill. I tried and tried but just can't seem to figure out what is wrong till today. THERE IS A GNOME OUT THERE ! I was out with a friend today and had a beautiful drive on the second hole. I swear it rolled right under the basket. When I walked up, it was about fifteen feet away from the basket. My friend said he thought it rolled up under the basket too. No, I wasn't on drugs and had only one beer. As I got thinking about it, all I could come up with is a gnome is out there. He moved it when I wasn't looking. This explains alot. He also put the tree in my way later. I know this sounds fake but, how do you explain it when my friend and I hit two different trees and end up a foot apart behind another tree. He is responsible for alot. He likes to move discs, trees, and bushes. This time of years he likes to hide disc under leaves and pine straw. He will get your disc stuck in a tree where you can't get it down.I am sure he has done much more and not to just me. I know he is on alot more courses. Now I don't if he is mad that we are on his "turf" playing or had a bad experience, like getting hit in the head with a stray disc. He might be lonely and just looking for somebody to play with. If that is the case, I have a disc he can have or play a round with me. I don't care, just stop messing up my game. If you see him let me know. So if you can help me, I would be grateful. Thanks!

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Comment by Disc-O Golf on June 9, 2009 at 1:25pm
This Explains a lot about my lies at the Tallahassee tournament...watch it go left on one side of the fairway (always around a blind corner), but find it on the other side of the fairway...I kept thinking it rolled, but I know it was a troll/gnome because there was too much on the ground for it to roll that far and I swear I heard laughing and giggling as I got frustrated.
WOW! Thankx Robby!
I think this may explain why some peoples crappy shots into the deep end up by the basket somehow!!! hmmm. Calling my local Gnome Hunter immediately...
Comment by Robby on February 7, 2009 at 11:08pm
That's why he keeps beating me.
Comment by Kris with a "K on February 7, 2009 at 9:46pm
It was Hollis, you know that little midget that you call boss everyday, he runs out there and moves it when your not paying attention. LMAO
Comment by Robby on February 6, 2009 at 4:45pm
Thanks Jack! But the problem still exist. Your "climbing the hill" Blog gave me the idea, but I didn't want to blame myself. I was thinking about ambushing the little sucker. You know, throw a couple of disc next to the basket and hide in the bushes.
Comment by Jack Davis on February 6, 2009 at 8:10am
Ok this is funny and now I know why this stuff happens to me also....other than that your funny as hell and have lost your mind
Comment by Robby on February 2, 2009 at 5:45pm
I pay big bucks for one
Comment by mr ed on February 2, 2009 at 5:19pm
hey now,sounds like a job for gnome hunter.
Comment by Robby on February 2, 2009 at 3:29pm
They also like to get rocks and knock my disc out of the air. HAHAHAHA!!
Comment by The FORCE on February 2, 2009 at 11:34am
man, i know if you have a bridge hole, there is definitely a troll/gnome messing with your lie. you have to make sure you arent littering or playing bad music on the course. and screaming, they get scared, hope this helps!

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