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Old 11-11-2013, 10:47 PM
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Lost a White ESP Buzzz that had a DyeMax trophy design from my first tourney ever today. Had a great tee shot on #13 at Bryant Park, nicked a tree and shot over to the left, right towards the river. I assume it's in the drink. Been a while since I lost one, so I suppose it's time it happened again. But still, sentimental value...
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Old 11-12-2013, 11:52 PM
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North central MA discers! I lost my dear neon orange Surge (Sergio) on #4 at Coggshall Park this afternoon. I scoured the leaves along the left side of the hill but couldn't find it. Luckily the disc is inked, and I would be thrilled if it were found.
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Old 11-16-2013, 08:49 PM
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BOLO: blue innova dx beast

At Lagoon Valley Park, Vacaville, CA, hole 17 I lost the disc described in the subject. It was caught by the wind off the tee and pulled to the right. It landed in some tall grass in between the horse path and the tee pad. The name Rogers is on the bottom and a phone number. If found please the call the number to arrange pick up. Thanks.
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Old 11-17-2013, 10:40 AM
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A quick story of a returned disc and the THREE people who were cool enough to try to get it back to me...... Left a skull dyed leopard in the fairway on 17 at my home course. I had taken a second 'just for the he'll of it' throw and forgot to pick it up after playing my original shot. Got home and received a text telling me that my disc was left in the basket on 17 which means someone picked it from the fairway and left it in the basket foe me in case I came back for it. I asked if I could come get it and they said they had already left the course and just put my disc back in the basket. On my way to get it I get a call from someone saying they found it in the basket and would I like to come pick it up. Got there to find a 10 tear old kid and his dad holding my disc. I thanked them and we talked golf for a bit then I asked the kid what he threw. He said he really liked his avenger. I asked if it hooked a little more than he'd like and he said it did so I gave him a nicely seasoned avenger ss and told him to give that a try. Giving that kid a disc as a reward for doing the right thing was WAAAAAAAY better than getting my disc back.
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Old 11-17-2013, 10:50 AM
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I believe my daughter lost her Supercolor ESP "Bee & Honeycomb" Buzzz a week or so ago at Charlie Vettiner in Louisville KY. My name and phone number are in the disc rim. Below is a link to a pic of it. 'B' is my daughter's nickname, so getting her Bee disc back would be really nice

http://www.amazon.com/Discraft-Buzzz.../dp/B007CZHTV4
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Old 11-17-2013, 01:15 PM
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At Lagoon Valley Park, Vacaville, CA, hole 17 I lost the disc described in the subject. It was caught by the wind off the tee and pulled to the right. It landed in some tall grass in between the horse path and the tee pad. The name Rogers is on the bottom and a phone number. If found please the call the number to arrange pick up. Thanks.
The disc in question is a blue beast dx.
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Old 11-30-2013, 07:48 PM
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Had my rival returned to me after it being missing for at over at least a month. It was funny, created a very awkward situation during my first appearance at a league. One person found it when he was looking for his disc. He never found it, so he apparently got all pissy and threw mine down a fairly deep gulch. Some poor guy, the one who returned it to me errantly threw his disc down to where the other prick threw mine. He was kind enough to text me and then call me to return it. Unfortunate that some people don't realize they are representing a group of people. Could have wound up with a very bad first impression of the league, but i know there is one in every bunch. Thanks if you are on here! She flies even better now that she's been in the elements for a while.
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Old 11-30-2013, 09:08 PM
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Playing at Kaposia today there was some league going on but plenty of room for me and a couple buddies to sneak on and play a round. On one of the last holes by the huge valley down by the far back side I spotted a disc on the hill and almost broke my neck going to get it. Ended up having a name and number on it, so despite me wanting the disc I texted. The guy was there and said he'd meet me at the practice basket. I met up with him and handed it back, despite the disc saying "reward $$$ or pick of any disc" the dude just said "hey man I've got no cash sorry" and blew me off.

Not that I needed the money or any more plastic but such a bummer the dude would put that on his discs and not honor it. Bigger bummer about it is the dude looked familiar and I think I remember him doing that to someone else at the course earlier this year.
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Old 11-30-2013, 10:03 PM
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Found a nice-looking fairway driver today -- right in the basket on #7. I had noticed one other car in the parking lot, so I looked ahead on the course and found the other group. Yep. It belonged to one of them. I didn't get an answer, though, as to how the driver came to rest in the basket on a 400-foot hole? Ace? Long deuce? No one was saying.
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Old 11-30-2013, 11:56 PM
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At Haslet today my son threw his DX Teebird from the tee with a howling R to L wind and it tipped up and went into the creek. I just received my Golden Retriever last week, but blind throwing for DX didn't seem like a good use of our time. Luckily whilst looking to see if we could see my son's disc, we spotted the faint outline of two more discs in the water and were able to retrieve an older (before www) Innova Moray and something else (forgot).

My son's friend Alan has been on a disc losing binge lately so we gave the (unmarked) found discs to him. The Moray worked well for his forehand and he was thrilled. My son is liking his Star Leopard for the slot that the DX Teebird had filled for him so he likely won't replace it.
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