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The Quest Challenge is coming to a park near you

Postby Quest » Thu Feb 28, 2008 9:04 pm

Quest 1 Disc Challenge

what is it?
1 disc challenge, every one that signs up to play gets one new Quest AT disc to play with, you must use your new disc to compete in the challenge.
basic disc golf rules apply.

When?
Friday March 21,at 6 pm

Where?
Victor Lord Park, Winder GA
Directions, http://pdga.com/course/courses_by_city.php?id=2569

Entry fee $10

Host Club, Players disc golf club winder.

No pre-entry needed, walk up only. please email us if you would like to attend.

Also email Questchallenge@bellsouth.net If you our your club would like to host a Quest Challenge, We will set you up with every thing you need to get started. Custom stamped disc are available at low rates.
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Postby Sweeney » Thu Feb 28, 2008 9:40 pm

The real challenge is not to suck ass when using Quest discs.

I have a question to the message board admin, how in the hell did this post get 650 views in under an hour at 8 pm?
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Postby grease » Fri Feb 29, 2008 12:36 am

Beats me!
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Postby djester » Fri Feb 29, 2008 9:18 am

grease wrote:Beats me!


just don't do it out in public Greg...ok?

Does quest know that victor lord has 12 baskets? I'd guess they'll set up some temp. holes??

So it's a drive/putt with a ______ disc?

1. putter
2. driver
3. mid-range
4. put-driv-mid disc
5. quest
6. other


(this is not a poll)
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Postby Vern » Fri Feb 29, 2008 10:33 am

This is awesome news!!! I can't wait for this event to happen!!! I have been wating for such an awesome event all of my life!!! Imagine a free disc and all I have to do is show up!!! I think I just shed a tear...
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Postby Vern » Fri Feb 29, 2008 11:03 am

HERE IS WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING ABOUT
Players Disc Golf EVENTS!!!!

"I had a blast playing, Thanks Chuck"

The Kids just loved it! They were all excited on the next day when you came back to teach them more Disc Golf.
Thanks for bringing this new sport into our park.
Lisa Davol, Oconne County Parks and Recreation Department

"Thank you for bringing your tour to our community. We look forward to having you back in the summer."

" I can't believe the player packages we got once we signed up. I can go play anytime now that I know Mr. Disc!"

"I see a lot of new Disc players and families on our course. There were male and female players that were introduced to the game of disc golf from one of Mr-Disc disc golf events. We look forward to the next show"
Central Park, Forsyth Co. Ga.

"It's some of the most fun I've ever had playing. Finally
the average Joe has a place to compete!!"

http://www.mrdiscsports.com/
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Postby djester » Fri Feb 29, 2008 11:08 am

Vern.... you get two new discs, one you have to play with...the other is for you to have as a *keepsake* or incase you lose your other frisbee
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Postby Vern » Fri Feb 29, 2008 11:21 am

I would hang it on my wall and admire such a fine disc. I would show it off to friends and relatives so they to can look at the wonderful Quest Disc with admiration. People from all over Duluth would come to know it as "The Most Wonderful Disc Ever Made" and line up just to see it.
I can see it now. Ladies, children, and even the most hard-hearted men would start to weep as they gaze upon the beauty of that disc. I think it could become Biblical.

I really don't see how Discraft and Innova stay in business with such discs as the Quest discs in existence.
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Postby JBradshaw » Fri Feb 29, 2008 12:59 pm

..... ease his pain ......
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Postby grease » Fri Feb 29, 2008 3:11 pm

Looks like Chuck is doing good things and leaving a good impression. Nothing wrong with that. I'd say good job! This Quest thing kinda reminds me of an Ace Race and I doubt the discs are free. Sorry to burst your bubble, Vern.
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Postby djester » Fri Feb 29, 2008 3:39 pm

thanks alot Mr. Sunshine!!!!!!!!

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Postby Vern » Fri Feb 29, 2008 6:01 pm

My bubble is fine. I have one in my butt right now---whoops :shock: ---not anymore. I got lucky, it wasn't wet. 8)
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Postby Quest » Tue Mar 04, 2008 10:37 pm

Challenge disc for this event.
http://www.questat.com/images/graphics/backbone.jpg
Disc retail value $17

The Backbone is an easy to control, overstable midrange; made to have an easy and consistent release.


Top Prize to be won,

http://www.questat.com/images/graphics/portablebasket.jpg
Basket is PDGA approved, retail value $100

To win basket, challenge must have 20 registered players.

Entry Fee $10
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Postby kat.disc.golf.her » Tue Mar 04, 2008 10:53 pm

That was a totally lame invalid! Get your barefoot and pregnant butt back in the kitchen!
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Postby kat.disc.golf.her » Wed Mar 05, 2008 8:57 am

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Postby Vern » Wed Mar 05, 2008 10:34 am

Challenge disc for this event.
http://www.questat.com/images/graphics/backbone.jpg
Disc retail value $17


Disc Retail value is $6.00 on sale @ Marshall Street - Regular price is $10.00.
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Postby Funky Bobby J » Wed Mar 05, 2008 10:58 am

But WAIT Vern - you get 2 discs for 17 dollars - but wait there's more!!! You get a Quest sticker to go on your car, or your book bag, or your wife's forehead. And that's not all - you get a slice of Little Ceasar's pizza and a can of Big K Cola.... all that, plus all the fun that goes along with playing disc golf with bunch-o-barefoot barneys who are honestly excited about this event because it triples the amount of discs they have to throw...

Vern - you should be ashamed of yourself for questioning the value of such an event...
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Postby Vern » Wed Mar 05, 2008 11:15 am

Well dang Bob since you put like that I guess I may have to reconsider this. Big K has always been a favorite of mine since I grew up in a dumpster behind a Kroger's.

If I can get my mani-pedi rescheduled I may look in to it. Miss Lee is the best in town and she usually has a wait list.
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Postby Funky Bobby J » Wed Mar 05, 2008 11:55 am

Do you get a Happy-ending with that???
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Postby Vern » Wed Mar 05, 2008 12:10 pm

Why do you think the wait list is so long?
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Postby Carl Wms » Thu Mar 06, 2008 6:53 pm

Questing, searching, probing.... this thread has it all.
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