RE: lost discs at Crockett My son Grant has found an orange banshee and a yellow aviar during the month of August, 2007. Anyone wanting them contact Richard and let me know where you lost them if you remember. You are welcome to pick them up any time. They both seem in good shape. We will save them for you...... Richard
This afternoon, I overshot #5 with a tie dye Buzzz with my name and number (my fault for playing the red tees, I suppose). Searched for about 15 minutes in the pricklers, then decided I donated enough skin and blood to the briars. If anyone should locate it and call me, I'd provide much gratitude and any bandaids I have left over. Thanks muchly.
This isn't so much a lost disc as one I stupidly left behind. Yellow/green Champion Stingray on hole 12. Has my name and number on the underside. I'll be at the tourney this Saturday, if anyone happened to find it, could you bring it by? Much obliged.
ok. the timing of playing right before the overgrowth cleaning may not have been a great idea. either way. there in a light blue dxcheetah in the brush to the right of the fairway between the white tees and the steps...(yes it was a bad shot) especially after the day before i somehow got a pickup birdie. oh well, thats why we love this game. there is a yellow dx destroyer some where near the brown tees on 17 entered high (cliff goff wrote on bottom with # and one more---yep 3 in one game a yellow champion Valkyrie on 18 to the right of brown tees....very thick woods right before opening to fairway. spent a lot of time looking but no luck. and the chiggers were loving it. just cant get the bug spray on all the skin. sorry for the long details, but with the clean up going on, maybe they will be found. during our looking i found a white dx eagle (distance driver, not fairway) no name on back. looks like its been there a while. anyones??? i have to work till 5 sat. but will come by to lend a hand.
Post by Don Blankenship on Mar 15, 2009 12:19:26 GMT -5
Lost my 180g Innova Pro Roc on Hole #5 throwing from red tees. Rolled it over into a severe headwind and it flew into the woods well right of the hole. Didn't look very long...Should have my name and phone number...Don 615-310-1958
I tried something crazy on 16 -- I skied my orange star valk to the right hoping it would come back and the wind caught it -- its either in the tall grass or the woods in front of 12 tee box -- the ticks and poison ivy scared me away