Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Talk about plastic, Targets, Bags and which woolly jumper to wear in the winter etc...
Also the place to look for lost discs.
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by Jaime » Wed Oct 23, 2013 4:01 pm

My list is growing so it might be about time to post.

A lovely (brand new) Soft Focus (Magenta pink) in the reeds at Hole 7 at QP (lost last weekend)

A white DX Destroyer in a tree across the fairway on hole 7 at Croydon.

A Teebird in the Lake (far side from tee) at Essex

All have my name on (Jaime Martin) !

Thanks so much in advance ! I like to buy beer for anyone who finds them!
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by robbnot » Sat Feb 08, 2014 1:23 am

A black ace race mini at essex
A blue disczoo putter. In the pond at Bristol
Blue sidewinder and blue Valkirie in the Avon at QP
Tbird, Gator, another valk at Basingstoke but i'll look for them :D
Also stoddy and mavis remind me what you lost here or rather which hole if you can...... Stoddy on steve? Mark on 2(1in the afternoon) or 5 ????
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by Mark.A.D » Sat Feb 08, 2014 1:42 pm

I don't remember losing anything at basingstoke so if anything does turn up it would be appreciated, but i have no clue :?
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by robbnot » Sat Feb 08, 2014 11:33 pm

Oh ? I've been looking for that :-D mmm
Ok, someone mentioned losing one on 2 or 5
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by seamus » Tue Apr 22, 2014 12:24 pm

Found on Hole 1 over the OB fence a 171g White Pro Boss, no name on it but I have a feeling it was a gift by the colorful writing on the bottom side.
Anyone??......Bueller?
I'll have it in Glasgow to collect.
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by Paul Holden » Wed Apr 23, 2014 7:05 pm

Good news. Has anyone been in the lake? :)
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Post by seamus » Wed Apr 23, 2014 7:27 pm

Not from a lack of trying Paul, we'll get in there and fish them out.
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by Paul Holden » Wed Apr 23, 2014 8:46 pm

No pressure from me, it's an unexpected bonus if anything comes back :)
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by seamus » Tue Apr 29, 2014 6:08 pm

I found about 25 discs today in the lake, 8 were mine. Whoot!!
Here is the rest of the story.
http://www.rebootdiscgolf.com/lost--found.html
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by Jester » Tue Apr 29, 2014 8:56 pm

seamus wrote:I found about 25 discs today in the lake, 8 were mine. Whoot!!
Here is the rest of the story.
http://www.rebootdiscgolf.com/lost--found.html
Nice work, Seamus! Are you coming to the British Open? If so could bring my FB please?
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by Paul Holden » Tue Apr 29, 2014 9:11 pm

Loving your collection of Firebirds, anyone would think it had been windy :)
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by seamus » Thu May 08, 2014 3:15 pm

Scuttler I found two of your discs today, on Hole 16 Star-TL (orange) and in the water a Star Orc (yellow), I also found a few rental discs, my Bro-in-laws Tee Rex and a couple of golf balls. I know there are more discs in there................
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by Paul Holden » Thu May 08, 2014 4:15 pm

At least one more Firebird :)
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by Scuttler » Fri May 09, 2014 8:30 am

seamus wrote:Scuttler I found two of your discs today, on Hole 16 Star-TL (orange) and in the water a Star Orc (yellow)
:D Excellent, thank you.

Weather dependant, we'll be out on Sunday for Jessica's first practice round, so hopefully see you then.

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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by seamus » Tue Jul 01, 2014 8:18 am

I went for a dip in the pond yesterday to retrieve some rental discs and a few from my own bag. After no time at all I found 12 discs but my time was cut short by a wake boarding session so I may go back in today, we'll see. I found the ALL time funniest disc, this Gent should receive a Darwin Award.
A couple of months ago a young man from Finland was rather irate that he threw his disc into the water, he asked to borrow the boat in order to retrieve it, the owners of Foxlake obliged. After a few minutes of searching the early April water in his birthday suit (which didn't get him thrown out) he began to curse in his native tongue then English, we asked him to move along after that. Apparently you can swim full Monty at Foxlake but you can't curse while doing so. Yesterday I found two of his Westside discs, one of which had a key (car? house?)taped to the underside :lol:
Please do not tape your keys to a disc that will be thrown over water.
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by Jester » Tue Jul 01, 2014 10:50 am

seamus wrote:I went for a dip in the pond yesterday to retrieve some rental discs and a few from my own bag. After no time at all I found 12 discs but my time was cut short by a wake boarding session so I may go back in today, we'll see. I found the ALL time funniest disc, this Gent should receive a Darwin Award.
A couple of months ago a young man from Finland was rather irate that he threw his disc into the water, he asked to borrow the boat in order to retrieve it, the owners of Foxlake obliged. After a few minutes of searching the early April water in his birthday suit (which didn't get him thrown out) he began to curse in his native tongue then English, we asked him to move along after that. Apparently you can swim full Monty at Foxlake but you can't curse while doing so. Yesterday I found two of his Westside discs, one of which had a key (car? house?)taped to the underside :lol:
Please do not tape your keys to a disc that will be thrown over water.
Cheers
LMAO! Great story. :lol:
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by seamus » Tue Jul 22, 2014 10:13 am

The following discs are lost and just need a hug, I'll bring these lost souls to Essex.
http://www.rebootdiscgolf.com/lost--found.html

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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by bdga30 » Thu Jul 24, 2014 12:11 pm

Calling London - Croydon

Hi, if anyone visits the house owners at hole 14 in Lloyd Park can you see if a Blue Sidwinder with "Jonnie (swirl)" is on their lawn? An excellent power shot that went straight when it was supposed to go to the basket at 13 :(
Thank you,

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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by Mark.A.D » Thu Jul 24, 2014 2:41 pm

also in that area, in the wall of brambles you may stumble across a blue blizzard boss, answers to "boss". Dark Mavis
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by Sky » Fri Jul 25, 2014 8:17 am

Seamus, I may be through on sunday for a bit of practice on a full sized course! :P Can you bring Rory's Roc3 with you? or to Essex so I can grab it for him.

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