Here's an interesting story...
My son (16) , youngest daughter (9) , and I went out to Young Park to try our hand at the new course this past Saturday. (Holy cow is it hard for us newbies!!)
As we were standing on the tee pad at hole one, another car pulled up and out piled a group of guys. Since they each had a bag of discs, we knew they'd be better than us, so we kind of hung back so as to allow them to go first rather than hold them up.
2 of them got to the tee, and we said they could go first, but they said it was ok, we could. As my daughter got ready to throw, one of them asked to see her disc. We obliged, and he said something about recognizing what was on the disc's back. He motioned to his friend and showed it to him asking him if it wasn't his. He said it was.
Knowing that we'd found it, we were happy to return it, though not really knowing for sure that it was his or not.
He offered to trade it for one of his from his bag. We tried to decline, but he insisted. He handed my daughter a red disc, thanked us, and went to start at a different hole. She turned it over, and the exact same thing that was written on the other disc was written on this one.
What a small world!
The guy seemed happy to have his disc back (must have been a good one for him) but was dismayed at one thing...Seems it was sun faded. What used to be a nice purple was now a baby blue.