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Old 07-13-2013, 06:57 PM
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Join Date: Nov 2012
Location: Rowlett, TX
Years Playing: 2.2
Courses Played: 31
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Week before last on Monday I was playing The Cedars and after my round I decided to go back to 15 which had given me some trouble. I ended up losing my Champ Beast. The following Friday I went back to The Cedars and was throwing horrible. On hole 3 I turned my Valkyrie over and it sailed into the trees. After about 20 minutes of looking, I gave up and went to hole 4, where I promptly lost my Tsunami. Disgusted, I left the course and went to Life Disc Sports in Rockwall to visit with Chris K. (who helped design and build The Cedars) and buy some more plastic to ease my mood.

As I was leaving Life Disc Sports, my phone rang and it was a guy who had found my Tsunami. I drove back and meet up with them on hole 9. They were a very nice father and son duo having a good time, so after getting my disc and giving the kid five bucks for his honesty, I asked if I could join them for the rest of their round. My mood was already improving, and on the very next hole when the father's tee shot left the fairway to the right he walked over to just past where his disc had gone and picked up my Valkyrie! After our round, I offered the father a Roc out of my spares, but he declined.

Fast forward to today when I get a call on my Beast. The caller offered to meet me to give my disc back, but since I had already bought a Star Beast replacement which I am liking better than the Champ Beast that I lost, I told him to keep it.

I ink all of my discs, and have lost a fair number but rarely get a call. Of those few calls it just never worked out that I got my disc back. Funny that things would turn around so suddenly and work out in this instance they way that they did.

Curtis
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