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Found and Lost / Lost @ Rosie - Orange First Run Destroyer
« on: December 22, 2009, 09:14:53 AM »
Lost a favorite disc at Rosedale.  It's an orange first run Destroyer.  The metallic star on the top is all but totally faded, and I'm not sure how good of shape my name and number are on the bottom.  But I'll kindly offer up a sixer of your beer of choice for its return.  It had a LED light taped to the top... lotta good that did.....

Lost on #18, probably 50 feet or so in front of the current pin placement. 

Thanks,

Fish
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Found and Lost / Lost Bag Tag - #105
« on: June 26, 2009, 01:23:52 PM »
So I've lost my bag tag...  #105.  Either at Swope or Rosedale.

If anyone has stumbled over it, please let me know.

Thanks,

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Found and Lost / LOST - White tie-dye Star Orc @ PC
« on: May 21, 2009, 11:25:30 AM »
So one of the disc-eating trees on Hole 18 swallowed my disc yesterday.  It's a treasured favorite.  White with some red/blue tie-dye stripes.  I would gladly reward its return.  If anybody happens to notice it after it works its way through the tree digestion process, please let me know.  It has my name/number on it, but I'm not sure how faded it is.

Thanks,

Fish

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General Banter / K-State bans disc golf during daylight hours
« on: February 20, 2009, 11:53:11 PM »
Man this is disappointing.  I lived a block from campus for quite a while when I went to K-State.  I have very fond memories of playing the campus course.  It's not often that you can walk to a disc golf course on a whim.

K-State bans disc golf during daylight hours

Steven Miller

Published: Friday, February 20, 2009

At Thursday night's Student Governing Association meeting, Faculty Representative Bill Muir announced a new policy that limits the playing of disc golf on the K-State campus.

The policy officially bans the sport on the main campus from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and was prompted by university administrators' concerns.

"The policy is in response to thousands of dollars in damage to university buildings," Muir said.

According to the policy, "persons choosing to play disc golf on the university main campus may be asked by KSU Police to provide personal identification. Police can then determine whether the player is a repeat offender, or whether or not the player is responsible for 'campus damage or injury.'"

The issue was originally raised at a Dec. 5, 2008 Student Senate meeting after a woman was hit with a rogue frisbee and later suffered from serious nerve damage.

"As a point of information, the policy applies to disc golf only, not to people playing traditional frisbee," said Senate Vice Chair Emily Haug, junior in marketing and political science.

Violators of this policy could find themselves facing criminal charges for trespassing or be removed or banned from campus.

However, administrators said they do not mean to completely discourage this popular pastime. Haug discussed the possibility of constructing a disc golf course near the campus.

http://www.kstatecollegian.com/k-state_bans_disc_golf_during_daylight_hours-1.1487649

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Swope / Drainage Grate on Hole #9
« on: August 06, 2008, 02:40:14 PM »
I wanted to mention that the drainage grate down near the rocks on #9 has been damaged somehow.  Part of the grate that covers it is missing.  It has a hole in it large enough to lose a leg in. 

I put a large rock over the hole, so nobody will fall in. 

Just wanted to let people know....

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Found and Lost / Lost - Tie Dye Star Orc at Swope
« on: August 04, 2008, 11:33:09 AM »
Lost a Star Orc on #10 at Swope.  Down in the rocks.  White with red and blue tie dye stripes.  It had my name on it, Fish, with my old phone number 785.532.9971.  I recently switched phones, and didn't update my new number on the disc.  If anybody happened to stumble across it, I'd love to get that one back. 

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