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Old 10-03-2011, 12:03 PM
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Hmmm. How about walking up to the tee pad and waiting on a guy to throw but he is just to busy talking to the tee sign (he was playing alone). I was waiting on him to introduce me to his friend the tee sign. Not sure what he was on but dang. I could not stop laughing.
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Old 10-03-2011, 12:27 PM
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Smarkquart, what courses were these so I know where not to go, or to go depending on my mood that day.
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Old 10-03-2011, 12:49 PM
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The other day my group stumbled upon a gathering of young boys and an older dude standing around a basket with one hand on it. They weren't saying anything or moving so we played up to the basket and asked them to move. We had to repeat the question while they stared at us silently before they moved aside, again, without saying a word. Needless to say we had the creeps after that.
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Old 10-03-2011, 03:34 PM
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The other day my group stumbled upon a gathering of young boys and an older dude standing around a basket with one hand on it. They weren't saying anything or moving so we played up to the basket and asked them to move. We had to repeat the question while they stared at us silently before they moved aside, again, without saying a word. Needless to say we had the creeps after that.
They were praying to the disc golf gods...dude, you interupted them...
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Old 10-03-2011, 04:13 PM
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Smarkquart, what courses were these so I know where not to go, or to go depending on my mood that day.
The Cub Scouts invaded Lions Park in Shakopee. The sleeping couple was at Riverside in Saint Cloud.
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Old 10-03-2011, 04:14 PM
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I just saw a whole head of lettuce about 20' past the teebox of hole one at Portland Park. It looked clean but I just ate so I left it there.
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Old 10-03-2011, 04:18 PM
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A while back, maybe even buried somewhere in this thread, I read that someone had caught a group of picnicers using a basket as a BBQ. They had stuffed the basket full of charcoal and used the chains to hang their meat.

It was a funny story that I shrugged off and did not take too seriously until I saw a group attempt just this at Central Park in Brooklyn Park, MN. This guy was standing next to Hole #2, which is close but not too close to the pavilion, with a bag of charcoal and looking at the basket like he was trying to figure out how to use it as a grill. He finally backed away when he saw me on the teebox waving my disc and me yelling that I was ready to tee off.
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Old 10-03-2011, 05:01 PM
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I once saw this drunk wandering around the middle of a fairway. We hollered at him a bit and he ignored us. We hollered a little louder "Heads up"

He looked back, Told us to F Off, dropped trow and took a steamer right in the middle of the fairway. he then wandered over to the closest garbage can and lit it on fire.

He then wandered off.

It was a unique day
This story is fiction.
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Old 10-03-2011, 07:27 PM
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About two years ago I was waiting on hole 7 at Morley Field in San Diego when the group in front of me were teeing off. The second guy tees off and his drive hyzers right heading over the OB street. As the disc is about 5-6ft in the air over the street, an RV truck is coming up the same street. The disc smacks the RV right in the front grill and brings the RV to a screeching halt. Next I see the driver get out of the RV through the backside door, walks up to the front and realizes what just hit his RV. Sees the disc lying on the street and goes to pick it up.

At this time, the guy and his buddies start running up to the RV and somehow I decided to follow suit. The RV driver goes back inside and starts to drive up the street when the other guys jump in front of the RV bringing it to a halt. Some words are exchanged through the passenger side window with the disc golfer yelling at the driver to give him back his disc. The RV driver comes out of the backside door again, this time with some metal switch about 3ft long, looked like a car antenna. The disc golfer is yelling at the guy to give him back his disc while the driver starts swinging the switch at him. The disc golfer maneuvers around and jumps into the RV to retrieve his disc while the driver follows him inside. The disc golfer manages to get out of the RV with disc in hand and all I could do was stand there in astonishment of what just happened. The RV driver takes off and I noticed a small dent in the front grill. What some will do for a disc.
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Old 10-04-2011, 07:00 AM
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About two years ago I was waiting on hole 7 at Morley Field in San Diego when the group in front of me were teeing off. The second guy tees off and his drive hyzers right heading over the OB street. As the disc is about 5-6ft in the air over the street, an RV truck is coming up the same street. The disc smacks the RV right in the front grill and brings the RV to a screeching halt. Next I see the driver get out of the RV through the backside door, walks up to the front and realizes what just hit his RV. Sees the disc lying on the street and goes to pick it up.

At this time, the guy and his buddies start running up to the RV and somehow I decided to follow suit. The RV driver goes back inside and starts to drive up the street when the other guys jump in front of the RV bringing it to a halt. Some words are exchanged through the passenger side window with the disc golfer yelling at the driver to give him back his disc. The RV driver comes out of the backside door again, this time with some metal switch about 3ft long, looked like a car antenna. The disc golfer is yelling at the guy to give him back his disc while the driver starts swinging the switch at him. The disc golfer maneuvers around and jumps into the RV to retrieve his disc while the driver follows him inside. The disc golfer manages to get out of the RV with disc in hand and all I could do was stand there in astonishment of what just happened. The RV driver takes off and I noticed a small dent in the front grill. What some will do for a GROOVE.
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