fROM pdga.COM Probably lost int Worlds Event last year at KC.
Dave Clapp #15907
El Cajon, CA, USA
PDGA Points Information
Class # Tourn. Points Prize
Amateur 1 48
Player Rating Information
Current Rating: 880 (as of 23-Mar-2010)
Place Points Tournament Date(s) Total Prize
10 48 The Memorial Championship - Ams 04-Mar to 06-Mar-2010 202
Remember to put your real name and current phone # if you want a very slim chance of ever getting an errant orb back into the fold.
Club, organization numbers, nicknames, personal logos and markings that are only understandable to you are not a prerequisite for a exhaustive attempt by many to get your $10 disc back.
It's OK to love your disk, just don't marry it. They always leave you. Unless you hang them on a wall.
(This works on so many levels)
Slims really sick:
I still think about a 176 Blue Roc I carried for 15 years, lost in 6" snow at Rosy topside a few years back.
I don't remember the other 6 discs I lost that day. I do know that after 5 holes, it was really time to quit.
Don't quit until you are out of discs.