I run into noobs or out of town'ers (sometimes both) all the time out at the course where I play. I usualy allways take the time to show them around (as the Redwood Curtian can be one of the most difficult courses to find your way around on without a guide), and I have met bunches of cool people that are usualy very happy for the help and usualy give me contact info so if I'm in thier neck of the woods I have a guide to show me around and sometimes a place to sleep. There's also the plus of getting to hear people OOOOOoooo and Aaawwwww as I rip through the woods with a power drive. Most recently I met a couple from Colorado and a guy from Eugene OR. The couple played the front 10 with me then had to leave to get somewhere, on their way I recomended some easy to folow courses that they could play that wouldn't throw off their timeing too much. The Guy from Oregon I met after playing 18, I met him in the parking lot and talked to him for a little bit. I riped through another 10 with him, but before we could get through the sun was way to low so I ran him through the back 8 so he could play it the next morning. Then before I left I told him where to go to camp, get some food, and kicked him a few bucks for a beer (he hit the beer hole on his first time out). Both sets of people gave me their contact info to pay them a visit if I made it out thier way.
I love disc golf!