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Old 11-16-2009, 03:58 PM
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Originally Posted by YoDesigner View Post
So my buddy and I went to Paschall Park early Saturday morning to meet another friend for an early round of dg (8am to be exact)... We are pulling into the park and notice a guy walking around in the low water around basket 5 obviously looking for a disc or discs. This water area is casual, because it is usually dry, but because of the rains here lately it has about 1ft of water around this basket...

While we are waiting for our friend, throwing on the driving range, we notice the guy moving onto other areas of the course stomping through the water hazards.....looking for discs. By the time our friend shows up to play (830). This guy has really MUCKED up the waters now so you have no chance of seeing your disc if it lands in the water since he stirred it all up. He left at the same time we started. And didnt play one hole while we waited for our friend.

Of course, one of us threw it in the water (on #5) and he had to go into the water himself to find his disc... I cant help but think, that if this guy didnt STOMP around in the water scavenging for discs it would have been an easier retrieval.

What really pissed us off was this guy just totally made the water hazards impossible to see through and didnt even play the course. Then the car that he drove was really nice too! Why is he scavenging for discs? Does he purposly do this so he can go back later that night or early the next morning and check his muck traps! This guy really is an oxymoron...

You're seriously complaining about Don't throw in the water then, its that simple, especially if you already knew in advance that he did "muck up" the water. It doesn't matter if that guy drives a nice car. Maybe he lost a memorable ace disc, or a present that someone important gave him. He has a right to go back and look for his disc as much as he wants.

I've never complained about anything on this site before, but after I read this I just had too. I know you were probably just frustrated and vented about it on here, but come on man... seriously.
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