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Postby pepe » Mon Apr 09, 2007 2:46 pm

List'em here:

4-7-07: 10A pepe
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Re: Aces

Postby Q » Mon Apr 09, 2007 7:59 pm

4/3/07: 1A - High hyzer up the path, ricochets off of the tree on the path straight down and in. Too bad it was a warm-up hole while waiting for Orion to show up...
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Re: Aces

Postby pepe » Wed Apr 11, 2007 10:00 am

Q wrote:4/3/07: 1A - High hyzer up the path, ricochets off of the tree on the path straight down and in. Too bad it was a warm-up hole while waiting for Orion to show up...


In other words....


nobody saw it happen but you.

If a disc falls in a basket in the woods and nobody is there to see it...

;)
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Re: Aces

Postby Q » Thu Apr 19, 2007 12:07 pm

pepe wrote:In other words....

nobody saw it happen but you.

If a disc falls in a basket in the woods and nobody is there to see it...

;)


Not true. There was a witness, but he was a little too drunk and/or stoned to be credible.

Much like, I would say, your purported "sex life"...
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Re: Aces

Postby hrc333 » Thu Apr 19, 2007 12:18 pm

Q wrote:
Much like, I would say, your purported "sex life"...


:lol: LMFAO!!!!!
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Postby jonah » Thu Apr 19, 2007 12:23 pm

During the weekly I was on te tee of 12 and watched in awe as Chris Adiego blew up the chains on hole 15. Alas, it didn't stay in and went right thew. I know, it wasn't an ace but definetely note worthy! I think he might end up to soon be the best player in SF. Kids got mad game.
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Re: Aces

Postby pepe » Thu Apr 19, 2007 12:43 pm

jonah wrote:During the weekly I was on te tee of 12 and watched in awe as Chris Adiego blew up the chains on hole 15. Alas, it didn't stay in and went right thew. I know, it wasn't an ace but definetely note worthy! I think he might end up to soon be the best player in SF. Kids got mad game.


I heard that as well (was on 11). That is one hell of a drive!
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Re: Aces

Postby pepe » Thu Apr 19, 2007 12:44 pm

Q wrote:
pepe wrote:In other words....

nobody saw it happen but you.

If a disc falls in a basket in the woods and nobody is there to see it...

;)


Not true. There was a witness, but he was a little too drunk and/or stoned to be credible.

Much like, I would say, your purported "sex life"...


Hey, don't knock Soren and I.
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Postby outlier » Wed May 30, 2007 1:16 pm

Josh Haberman aced 8(b) last night. that would be a forehand coming in on the left-hand side of the eucalyptus. puzzle on that for a bit.

nice job josh. i've knocked $5 off your share of this months utility bill.

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Postby jonah » Thu May 31, 2007 9:34 am

Haberman's sidearm sucks, and needs more SNAP. He has no game at all. He always aces hole eight. What is this his 4th ace on that hole. His tomahawk off tee one at Berkeley to basket eighteen is weak, and I think he should put in a little more umphh into it and start going for hole four. Actually he should just go back to selling wine.

PS. If I could add two arrows to my quiver, I would choose Josh's sidearm and overhand.
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Earth Day April 22nd Hole 11 Left hand Anhyzer SWEET!!

Postby Rasta Style » Sat Jun 02, 2007 2:55 pm

Playin' a round with Matt Borak from Monterey on Earth Day.  Just as Stephen Marley was starting his set in Speedway Meadow I stepped up and swung a silky smooth lefty anny and then... BANG! with a safety orange Champion Valkyrie.

The best part is that I was able to give Matt back his Giants rally towel after holding it for 3 years.  Who Knew??

Thanks S.F. Disc Golf Club for such an amazing course!

You Guys ROCK!

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Postby pepe » Thu Aug 02, 2007 9:29 am

Jeff Faes nailed 17A with a brand new KC pro Roc during tuesday doubles. I called it out very early, and it nestled right in the chains!
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11A

Postby ¡faes! » Thu Aug 02, 2007 2:57 pm

Tim (last name?) hit 11A last week. The shot jammed halfway up the chains at high speed, blew everything up, tried to fall out the back, then descended slo-motion into the basket. It was a Cheer! silent pause... wait... heart stops... (falls in basket) Cheer again!!! kind of ace.
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Postby kylecrispin » Fri Aug 03, 2007 7:25 am

Tim Ittner

If I am not mistaken.
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Postby cowtipn » Thu Aug 09, 2007 8:59 am

Chris albright hit an Ace on 9c last night with a Star Leopard.
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