Allen Thanks for the addition to The Disctionary. I'll be editing the Big Book real soon and adding most new submissions, thanks again. Have you ever heard this one ?
rizbee - \risz' - bee\ noun: A putt that hits and stays squarely on the top of a disc golf basket. A shot that we all know does not count and results in the player taking another shot to hole out.
hafrizbee - \half - risz' - bee\ A putt that hits squarely on the top of a disc golf basket, flirts with staying squarely on the top of that disc golf basket but eventually falls to the ground resulting in the player taking another shot to hole out.
Origin: attributed to Allen Risley on the last day of 2007.
Synonyms: frickinliar and lilcharlie or haffrickinliar and haflilcharlie
Two Grey Hares was the first course I ever played when I fell in love with the game. I'm from Taos so I get there and play as often as I can. My father-in-law and I just played TGH in knee deep snow on Saturday.
Thanks! New stuff pops up from time to time and I'm always happy to swap collecting stories. For instance, I just found one that has to be from the very first mold run Wham-O Flying Saucer...in the same pistachio green as was last used for WPPs in early 1958!
I know what you mean, I have played that coarse so many times in the dark that we have developed a system, where if the street light by the bathrooms on hole 12 is light up, then it is a lost cause (or lost discs) to play the rest of the coarse down in the woods. Next time you are coming this way let me know & we will go huck some plastic. Peace bro.