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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Post by JesseD » Mon Apr 26, 2010 6:15 am

there was defently one disc for Tom Soper,,,, if that is the lostmeow... not sure what it was,,,,, jesters was a teebird - from 95 he told me.


ummm - where have all dunc's disc gone?!?

i mean i have seen him toss 3 in, durring one round... so they are def in there
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Post by LostMeow » Mon Apr 26, 2010 6:33 am

No, Tom Lowes - it'll have my email address written underneath...doesn't sound like it came up though!
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Post by Steve » Mon Apr 26, 2010 8:21 am

No discs with Steve or Flosseh on? :(
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Post by West » Mon Apr 26, 2010 8:32 am

It was a proper good effort by the boys, although I don't think I've ever seen anyone so happy to find discs in water with their feet.

And just for the record, there was only 2 of mine dug out ... I'm hoping for a few more tho next time ;-)
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Post by mat cutler » Mon Apr 26, 2010 10:53 am

oh lovely that was a 3 throws and into the river star valk! if you could bring it to bristol it would be apprecitated if not I'll pick it up when I'm next at QP!

on a side note noone found a red 180g dx roc at essex? I think I threw it on hole 1 or 2 warming up at lunch on sunday before the final and forgot to pick it up! doh!

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Post by The Rizboss » Tue Jul 13, 2010 1:42 pm

I have lost my sexy pink Meteor ESP on the modern course, on the hole before over the knole, in the OB on the right.

I also lost my beautiful Echo Star Xcaliber on Dead Elm Ridge in the horrible stuff on the left, i think who ever finds it would have to wait nearer Autumn/Winter time, its hellish in there. Its brightly coloured though, LIME LIME LIME ILLUMINOUS GREEN

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Post by West » Tue Jul 13, 2010 4:40 pm

I'm with RickRick on this I've got my BO 2010 ESP nuke like blue in the crap on the left of Under Dead Elm Ridge ... please return, I love that disc! :-)

Otherwise might have to go hunting at Frostbreaker :)

Also missing a blue Champion Orc on Drop (i think its called drop) in the crap out the back, somewhere between steve's ride's crap and 617's crap :)
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Post by JesseD » Wed Jul 14, 2010 6:14 am

yep BO, i lost a light blue distroyer on dead eml ridge to the pen.

also on hole one i have a tee-bird that flew over the hedge,,, i quite liked that one as it was a personal dye that i made of a snowboarder in action.

any luck please let me know.
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Post by West » Wed Jul 14, 2010 7:39 am

Does anyone know if Whitcombe have a lost and found box of all the discs they find around the farm? If they do I wonder if we can have a rummage through next time we're there.
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Post by Jester » Wed Jul 14, 2010 8:06 am

West wrote:Does anyone know if Whitcombe have a lost and found box of all the discs they find around the farm? If they do I wonder if we can have a rummage through next time we're there.
Yes, there are about 30 bits of plastic in the Whitcombe found pile. Ask to have a look next time we're down there.
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Post by West » Wed Jul 14, 2010 8:11 am

Awesome, ta Jester. Will try and remmeber next time ... I wonder if my Eagle is in there.
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Post by Juddy » Sat Aug 07, 2010 2:16 pm

Hi I lost a tie dye climo teebird at Burnlaw the other week, on the hole where you shoot over the wooden gate. I'm missing it hard! If anyone finds it at the up coming comp, could you give it to one of the essex boys?

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Post by Mark.A.D » Fri Aug 27, 2010 6:50 pm

Found a Green Champion Orc on hole 3 at Quarry Park today belonging to one Angus Bruce. Disc is in Quarry Park's lost and found box if anyone wants to deliver it.
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Post by West » Sat Aug 28, 2010 10:13 am

That Orc must have been there for a long time as Angus hasn't been down for a couple of years (:(). Anyone heading up north to deliver, not sure if he's going to burnlaw or not.
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by Paul Holden » Fri Apr 01, 2011 1:16 pm

Lost following Hyzer Cup round one (on the minibus home!) and still hasn't turned up, Champion Orc with Holden Cars design on it...

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Sad thing is I've never even seen this disc. :cry:

Stew made it for me, passed it to Meal Ticket who gave it to "someone" on the QP minibus after Hyzer leg one.

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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by Mark.A.D » Mon Jul 11, 2011 4:59 pm

Found a red nuke belonging to Steve kornmuller at the weekend, it's in the QP shop
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by Mr.Scary » Mon Jul 11, 2011 5:24 pm

Mark.A.D wrote:Found a red nuke belonging to Steve kornmuller at the weekend, it's in the QP shop

Sweet!!!

Can anybody heading to the BDGO please bring it?

If not then how about to the Cyclone?

Please and Thank You!!!

Thanks Mark!!!!
I 'owe' you man! :D
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by Mark.A.D » Tue Jul 19, 2011 9:04 pm

Yet another find for Steve Kornmuller, a Z Predator was found on hole 6-7 we think, in the QP shop
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by Mr.Scary » Tue Jul 19, 2011 9:09 pm

Mark.A.D wrote:Yet another find for Steve Kornmuller, a Z Predator was found on hole 6-7 we think, in the QP shop

Jeeez, I owe somebody a pint!!!

:quaff,quaff,quaff:

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Can anybody bring it and the Z Nuke to the British Open?

Please, please, please...???
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Re: Lost or Found Disc Dating Service

Post by Mr.Scary » Mon Jul 25, 2011 2:38 pm

Is anybody coming to the BDGO from QP...?

I don't think i can make it back there unless the Nationals are there(and I actually get to play-lol).

I could really use that Pred for the BDGO... :(


Please...????
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