I just had to go out to the disc golf course and search for my lost discs. I decided to take a hoe along just in case I wanted to get into some of the deeper thorny bushes.
A view looking back towards the tee pad on hole thirteen:
(These pictures were modified with the software on the Galaxy S22 Ultra.)
There looks like plenty of room on the fairway but of course, my disc drifted over into the rough yesterday. Wind and too high of a throw was the issue.
The little spot of blue at the end of my yellow hoe is my lost disc:
I did not have much trouble finding it once I had a tool to push the grass aside and get a better look at things. I had my Kwik-Stik disc recovery tool in the car yesterday but by the time I got back to the car I was all tired out. I should carry it with me on the course but it is just heavy enough that I don't want to.
After I got my Wrath disc back I searched hole six for my lost Champion Beast disc. I found it right away under the tree I had thrown it at yesterday. It was easy to miss at first because it is forest greenish-yellow and clear.
I put the Champion Beast disc back on the shelf when I got home. It is a nice disc but does not fly anywhere close to the way my Pro Beast disc does. I might start using it more if I lose a disc.
In the evening my son and I played a short nine-hole disc golf round. There were some people in the middle of the fairway on hole one so we parred out that hole. He won with a -1 to my +1 score.
Thanks for reading! I always value your support and comments. The pictures were taken by me with my Galaxy S22 Ultra. Text and graphics copyright lightsplasher & litesplasher.
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