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Old 08-21-2017, 11:38 AM
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Old 08-21-2017, 11:52 AM
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I clicked on the link that you provided to try to get info about the holes that he aced, but could not find anything. Can you provide this info about the holes? Length? Difficulty? I don't know if I should be impressed yet.
this help?: https://www.dgcoursereview.com/cours...d=6208&mode=hi

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Old 08-21-2017, 02:37 PM
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Probably one of the most holes in a day guys. I think the dude that threw the tiki course on his 24 hour attempt had about 100.
The most recent one? Pretty sure it was only like 17 (he got tired and stopped running it I imagine)

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I clicked on the link that you provided to try to get info about the holes that he aced, but could not find anything. Can you provide this info about the holes? Length? Difficulty? I don't know if I should be impressed yet.

For instance, if someone gets an ace on the Pyramids Pink course hole #3, which is 92 ft, I would think, "nice job, but it's really short." But if someone aces Maple Hill Gold hole #1, a 785 ft throw, I know that this is truly impressive.
They're tiny holes. 155 to just over 200ft. Still really good though.
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Old 08-21-2017, 04:25 PM
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The most recent one? Pretty sure it was only like 17 (he got tired and stopped running it I imagine)



They're tiny holes. 155 to just over 200ft. Still really good though.
Not the most recent one, the guy in 2015 I think.
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Old 08-21-2017, 04:26 PM
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The most recent one? Pretty sure it was only like 17 (he got tired and stopped running it I imagine)



They're tiny holes. 155 to just over 200ft. Still really good though.
Here you go http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/...ed-in-24-hours
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Old 08-21-2017, 05:22 PM
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Yesterday I got two aces in one day. Same disc, different courses. Discraft wasp. 4 aces total on that wasp.

Aim saw it and now is in the market to purchase a wasp!

Aces are cool, but honestly if I was to play eagle's edge in brooklyn park mn one could easily get over 5 aces in a day.
Tell him ive got a pink crystal z he can come after.

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Old 08-21-2017, 05:39 PM
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The tiki course looks like more of a putt putt course....spinning baskets....85ft holes. So more like 24 hours of p&a. Still rediculous none the less.
My top 3 ace moments as followed

3: back to back aces, old am course at ft. Sreilacoom, 180ft kc pro aviar hyzer flip. Next guy on tee nailed it with a roc. I hadnt removed, 2 discs 1 target

2:2 aces in one round. Sumner riverside, newnew layout holes #6 250ft sky anny turnover through wooded gap w/glow dx roc. hole #17 250ft faux island island hole. Hyzer flip to slight hyzer finish, yeti pro aviar.

1:3 in a row throw. After acing said hole #17 the next round i played was riverside again. I told the story of my aces(talking $htt) and then aced the island again with my matching aviar! Again, the next round I played was at riverside. This time our group was 8 deep.... so i told my ace story then said well my matching yetis have it already so now im gonna try and get it with my old beat up yeti. Stood it up off a steap hyzer and nailed it! Grestest moment in all of my 10+ years and close to 3k rounds!
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Old 08-21-2017, 06:56 PM
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This past June at the Fort Steilacoom Open a friend of mine that plays intermediate got an ace in each of the first and second rounds, both in the same day. One of them was on the Fireman hole on the SE course.
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