The four of us played a tough wooded disc golf course today. Scores were +17, +22, +25, and +26. I was struggling and finding a lot of out-of-bounds areas and came in third.
My friend found one of my missing discs from a couple of days ago and offered to help me look for another disc I lost in a tournament. We played another partial round of 16 holes. Both of us looked for the Mantra disc that I lost but could not find it. I ended up winning that round with a +4 to a +11. I think my friend was getting a bit tired - actually, we both were.
I was tired enough that I lost a disc and had no idea when it happened. I reached for the disc in my bag on the last hole but could not find it. I think I must have forgotten to pick it up or something. These courses are long enough that you really don't want to try and retract your steps after a couple of rounds. Hopefully, it will come back to me if it is out in the open.
A picture near hole one's basket looking back up the fairway towards the tee pad:
This hole is a tough par three that I usually play with four throws. If you clear the top of the hill in the right spot, you can sometimes make an approach throw that will put you close enough to make a putt. I my case that needs to be somewhere under twenty feet or so, fifteen to be safe. (Yes, I know more practice would be good, lol.) Lost discs can happen without a spotter because of the leaves and logs.
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