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  • Orange Star Sidewinder ,victim of Whistler's Bend Top of World #14

    During my last round of 10th Oregon Deaf Disc Golf Championship, we threw from top tee of #14, I tried to throw down instead of across my chest, and I kind flipped my disc right. My beloved disc went into abyss of thorny brushes in middle of fairway. That disc had been through hard times and good times for almost last 5 years, and I felt so loss without it. It has my name and email. I am hoping that it would be found and return to me, and I will be very happy to offer the reward once I get email.
    PDGA 38506
    ODDGA 27
    DDGA 176
    2012 Beaver State Fling Women ADV Master

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    I lost my beloved D4 there yesterday in the same spot. Got greedy after throwing my sidewinder pin-high but 80' right, and tried to get a bonus-ace. Oops...
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