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Old 09-24-2012, 11:47 PM
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had two older guys join my friend and i. walking up to my disc i turn around to make sure i wasn't walking in his line. dude was squatting down in the fairway pissing out the leg of his shorts. f'n freak
i was definitely not expecting this. and it completely made my day!
(to be clear, i'm talking about his post that made me laugh. i wasn't there, i didn't see it, and a guy pissing out of his shorts leg didn't make my day. that would be weird).
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Old 09-25-2012, 12:01 AM
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So I go to college in a very sketchy part of Houston so the course that is nearest is sketchy as well. So this guy comes up to me with a towel around his neck holding a bucket filled with water and said "Can I wash your car?"

I said no, and he then said "Well can I watch you?" I said sure and teed off on a not so hard hole and got it within 15 feet, the guy walked away laughing and said "A real ni*** would have made that."
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Old 09-25-2012, 12:20 AM
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So I go to college in a very sketchy part of Houston so the course that is nearest is sketchy as well. So this guy comes up to me with a towel around his neck holding a bucket filled with water and said "Can I wash your car?"

I said no, and he then said "Well can I watch you?" I said sure and teed off on a not so hard hole and got it within 15 feet, the guy walked away laughing and said "A real ni*** would have made that."
MacGregor Park?
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Old 09-25-2012, 02:37 AM
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Hole 4 at Z Boaz. It's a 755ft hole along the side of a busy street.... This dude tee'd off with a roller throw he aimed it at the street.... It rolled down the street and hopped back up the curb near the basket. I was confused, and so mystified... Is that even legal? I was shocked that a car didn't hit it...
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Old 09-25-2012, 04:33 AM
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A guy using a PUSH CART for his discs my friends and I DIED laughing!!!!!
best story ever
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Old 09-25-2012, 03:38 PM
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A couple months ago I was playing Tyler with my girlfriends brothers and pops and a couple other people...Throughout the day we had let a couple groups play through (we were in no rush)...Some where around hole 8 we noticed two kids hanging back from our pack not really knowing how to approach us to let them play on, after a akward minute one of us told them that they could go ahead..to our amazement no more than 5 seconds after telling them to play on the leader of the duo sprinted up to the tee box with his buddy close on his heals and hucked a hammer as hard as he could not missing a beat he followed through and continued to sprint after his disc (might have had the heaviest foot ive ever heard) His buddy did the same thing with a little less enthusiam...none of us knew what to say...we played on and actually ran into a couple other groups that had witnessed the magic...funny enough we caught up to the kids on 16 (we were on 15) looking a disc coming up to the tee on 16 we expected to run into them still looking nope we never saw them again....
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Old 09-25-2012, 09:42 PM
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That would be the one. It's real close to UofH. Eric would you want to play a round sometime?
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Old 09-25-2012, 09:47 PM
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I've been playing for more than nine years now, and tonight had to be a first.

Three young Amish women, complete with bonnets, playing disc golf. I kid you not.
That's hillarious! I just saw the same thing a couple weeks ago, I had to take pictures! I'll upload 'em later if I remember.
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Old 09-25-2012, 11:14 PM
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Playing the Minnesota Majestic this year, were in the final round at Hyland Ski Resort. I can't recall what hole, but it was an uphill shot about 450'. I throw my first drive, and then my second drive and if anyone has played here, you know there are always people exercising(running/walking up and down the hills) You'd think for an A-Tier, the park would be closed to disc golfers only, but it wasn't.

As I was walking up to my second shot, there were two women exercising, walking down the hill. One of the women picks up my disc and looks around as if she wanted to return it to the owner, and I yell to her "DON'T TOUCH THE DISC!!!" since we were in tournament play. I don't think she heard me because she proceeds to attempt to "throw" it to me. Needless to say, after her awful throw of about 40 feet, the disc stands up and rolls another hundred feet down the hill. I then have to walk back down the hill to retrieve it and place it back in the original spot as close as my card could tell.

As I'm walking back up with my disc the woman says to me in a snotty voice "were trying to walk here!" And I respond with, "this is a tournament that is held every year, we all need to share the park!" My whole problem is that the disc didn't come close to hitting her, the disc was on the ground as she walked up to it and she took it upon herself to "return" it to me.
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Old 09-25-2012, 11:20 PM
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^^^ That's weird. Everyone that I've ran into that has been exercising has been really nice. She was probably from the SW metro, where 90% of the people there are rich stuck up snobs.
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