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Old 03-20-2013, 04:06 PM
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Poor house farm Park, Hole 12, 195ft. Play with some friends and his family, Decide to throw my 175g Z Force for fun. It's my only ace disc,I hit metal earlier on a short, uphill forehand shot, and had parked a 315 tunnel shot on hole 11. Decide to play the skip, throwing a low hyzer backhand, we see it fading behind a tree, hear it skip and watch it come out of nowhere to hit the chains and fall out left.

It was one of those it has to be perfect to have a chance so even though it's the closest I've ever been to acing that hole I probably won't do it again.
It was the disc golf gods frowning at you for throwing speed 12 under 200 feet

JK nice shooting. You'll get one soon enough if you keep banging chains off the tee.
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Old 03-20-2013, 05:43 PM
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Tourney in '94 at Warrior's Path I threw a anny shot on hole 2 with my favorite beat up Cobra and when it hit the chains it broke up in to 3 pieces.

Unfortunately for me the two large pieces were on the ground and the small piece was in the basket and I ended up with a drop in birdie.

It's possible that the disc had a hairline crack in the edge and probably would have split anyway.
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Old 04-02-2013, 11:49 AM
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I blasted center chains with my drive off of a skip on hole 1 on my course today with an MVP Shock. Though thanks to the fact I have yet to install a second set of chains, and probably aided by the below freezing temperatures, the disc tumbled right through and rested 5 feet away.

To make matters worse I took two steps, slipped on an icy slope sending my feet shooting out forward and causing me to yard sale right on my bag and throwing arm. I ended up ok but it was an unusual 20 seconds.
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Old 04-02-2013, 11:36 PM
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It was the disc golf gods frowning at you for throwing speed 12 under 200 feet

JK nice shooting. You'll get one soon enough if you keep banging chains off the tee.
I ended up skipping that hole 11 shot in on Friday. Two aces, 1 disc, She is my baby.
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Old 04-02-2013, 11:50 PM
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I ended up skipping that hole 11 shot in on Friday. Two aces, 1 disc, She is my baby.
Nice shooting. Don't listen to my teasing. Whatever gets the job done!
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Old 04-17-2013, 09:16 PM
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Missed tree ace

Hole 8 at bicentennial in Crowley Texas, short position. Westside underworld flick. I bounced off a tree just left of basket (my line was only about 4 foot off), and watch it scrape the bottom of basket, and hit pole.
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Old 04-17-2013, 09:44 PM
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Yesterday.

Crystal Lake Park. Beaver Dam, WI. Hole #16

Lat 64 Saint. Hit the very top of the basket, flipped like a coin toss and dead hit the ground.



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Old 04-17-2013, 10:18 PM
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Hole 12 Bancroft Bay DGC. Ripped a star destroyer and a big hyzer line. Smoked chains and was sitting on bottom of cage. Must have been spinning pretty good because it popped out. Missed the doubles ace pot because of it also.
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Old 04-17-2013, 10:37 PM
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I was at Oshtemo last fall on hole 16 with a buddy of mine. The hole is almost perfectly straight down a hill and the fairway is thickly lined with pine trees. I throw my neutron axis and it laser beams toward the basket. Both me and my friend are standing at the top of the hill like "ohhhhhhh." It hit chains dead center. Then my axis tipped me the bird, scooted to the right by about a foot and continued flying for another ten feet. This left us both with our jaw hanging open followed by a chorus of "how the **** does that happen?" I still have no idea how that was even possible.
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Old 04-17-2013, 11:01 PM
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2 weeks ago Aced hole 10 at Benton Beach..

same hole the next day Hit chains hard and got spit..
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