If you're going to be going out there, my pinkish/marble patterned Wraith is down in the corner, along the fence line of 13. It should be along the line of pin high of where the pin was during the tournament, to the deep pin in the corner.
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Thing about this is that no matter how sh1tty we think what these guys are doing is, it's not illegal and they are not violating anyone's rights or wrongfully depriving anyone of anything. You lose a piece of plastic at the park, you run the risk of never seeing it again because nobody is under any obligation to return it to you. What these guys are doing is really no different than picking up beer cans for money or metal detecting and finding someone's lost diamond ring-- not at all classy, but not hurting anyone either! (Although I think removing something from Brock's memorial is morally reprehensible, the fact remains it is still public property.) We only get worked up about the discs because we play the game, most of us choose to do the "right thing" when we find someone's lost disc, so it hits home for us. But is getting all angry and judgmental about it worth it over a $7-$15 golf disc that YOU lost? I'd rather get mad at the litterbugs, they're the ones who screw everyone if you really think about it!
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OB is another idea, but I don't think it should be closer than about 30' to the basket. For one, that isn't as much fair as it is lucky with the way shots roll off the baskets. And if it is much closer than that, you next putt is from a gimme distance.
It was quite a site to see the 4 disc golfers riding along on a sled pulled by Gus and 74 other Yorkys.
yo tall guy,youstill gonna play in this,i would be honored if you would,call me if ya can,phishman77 as well give me a call