You’re Addicted To Disc Golf If…

  1. You have three or more versions of the same disc.
  2. You are sure the color of the disc effects how it flies.
  3. You have started a Disc Golf Web Page.
  4. After playing a course once, you already know how it should be re-designed.
  5. You have ever bought a pair of shoes specifically for playing Disc Golf in them.
  6. You always carry your Disc Golf bag with you just in case you get some sudden free time.
  7. You have ever petitioned the IOC to make Disc Golf an Olympic Sport.
  8. You have ever bought a disc for specific use on ONE hole.
  9. You accepted a job relocation to another town on the basis that a course was in the area.
  10. Your wife/husband doesn’t let you set the table because you throw the plates.
  11. If you keep track of your PDGA points.
  12. You called more than one friend when the “frolf” episode of “Seinfeld” aired.
  13. If you have named a pet “Bogie”. “Hyzer”, “Aviar”, or some other disc golf term.
  14. If you have ever thought about trying to build your own basket.
  15. If you have ever hung a disc on the wall and all your friends think it’s cool.
  16. You have caused at least 3 of your friends to become addicted to the sport as well.
  17. You try to figure out how many golf discs you can buy with your next paycheck.
  18. When you miss a putt and whip out 5 more putters from your bag and throw each of them from the same spot just to prove to your friends that you could have made it.
  19. You beg the course pro to put lights on the course so you can play all night too.
  20. You have ever talked to your discs while they are in flight.
  21. You buy a membership in a gym, so you can improve your distance.
  22. You introduce new discs to your other discs.
  23. You throw your approach disc even after a really bad drive, just on principle.
  24. Your PDGA number is also on your car’s license plate.
  25. You have ever attended a community meeting on behalf of disc golf.
  26. You get into heated debates about what kind of discs beginners should use and for how long.
  27. You have ever developed a disc golf specific injury.
  28. You practice snapping a disc off at home while watching TV.
  29. You call ball golf…ball golf.
  30. You get upset at Christmas when no wrapped gifts appear to be round
  31. You have to put more toys in your kids lap to balance the stroller because your disc bag hanging on the back keeps making it do wheelies
  32. Your wife can’t get you to wash dishes but you come home from a tourney and empty the sink to wash your discs.
  33. You think of discs (rather than the animal/reptile) when you hear words like roadrunner, cobra, etc…
  34. When 5 other people are wearing the same t-shirt as you every weekend.
  35. When you have a Disc Golf folder in My Documents
  36. If your dog is trained to NOT catch a frisbee
  37. Having “file folders” in my disc bag for each disc yet I got papers sitting everywhere in my room. So…you might be addicted to DG if you have more “file folders” in your disc bag than your office.
  38. If your typical comment on a fart is “nice out.”
  39. If a pringles top is at least a 20 minute distraction
  40. You have read this entire list!
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3 Responses to “You’re Addicted To Disc Golf If…”

  1. morleyfieldsd Says:

    I’m guilty of 17 of these!

  2. Dave Roper Says:

    I think I’m guilty of 23 of these items, assuming my Utah license plate of “DISCGLF” counts for question 24. I think it does. :)

  3. Im guilty of more than I care to mention. it s not a pass time but a way of life

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