Only about twenty or thirty of the local disc golfers read this board regularly. Your disc, if found, was likely recovered by a person that had only two discs and now has three thanks to you. You never know though, you might still get a call if the disc was clearly marked. Over the years I've lost dozens of discs and only gotten a handful of them back.
Not to dash your hopes or anything but if you think about it, unless the disc had some sort of sentimental value, or you're a dumbass like me, and you throw classic/collectable plastic that is difficult/impossible to replace then what you lost still costs less than going to the movie on a Friday evening. I tend to chalk it up to the cost of playing since it is otherwise free for the most part. Unless I lose a Griffin or a 2002 CE Gazelle or something. Then I moan and whine and offer rewards for the safe return of my precious plastic but still don't expect it back. Okay, break's over. Thanks for posting and giving me something to do between tasks at work.
And good luck on getting that disc back.