Looks like a great set up. Best part is how no one will have to drive to Olathe or Shawnee to play these holes.
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I am remembering this quote, and the guy that posted it for future reference!
If you give up on, or walk away.. then the person that finds that disc has no obligation to return it in my opinion.. sure, its a nice thing to do but entirely up to the person that has found or fished it out..
It's just a disc, right?
I guess if I wanted my disc back badly enough, I'd make sure to get it out of that lake before someone else did. When a disc is lost, you can hope it's returned to you, but you should not expect it. Like Slim Neal says, don't marry your discs, for they will leave you!
He lost it during a tournament and can not just "go get it". Then the guy in questions went in at night with scuba gear illegally to retrieve discs.
Thank you for all the great ideas. I don't think I will be doing strippers this year... ... ... uhmmm.. What?
Anyway, I believe the design is set and I will be ordering them today. Once I have them in stock I will post pictures. This will be a different tag than we have had in the past and I hope people like them.
Kaizer, you can pick up Vernor's Ginger Ale at HyVee.
if u can find a dgwn magazine number 76 from 2006 there is a story about father dave tayloe that says "dave had these big gnarley mutant looking toes, and it was amazing to watch him pick up a frisbie with them and fling it through the air. He later worked his official distance up to 137 feet ten inches. He tried to get it listed into the guinness book of records ,but the documentation came back with a nice note saying they had to draw the line somewhere , and that somewhere was right above Daves foot toss".......bummer . unfortunately dave passed away august 1st 2005 from cardio-pulminary disease...he sounded like a cool dude.