Right or wrong I am in the camp of saving my Ace discs, Could be I am storing perficetly worn discs but that is what I do. All together I think I have had 20 give or take a few. When I got my first ace back in 84 it was super cool, there was a hole in the trees that another player pointed out, so instead of up the gut with tons of trees I pitched the perfect anhyzer that landed in that old Mach 1! I did not know about the tradition of dating & signing & marking other details. Fast forward a few years & I am in Northern California playing the game we all love & by this time I had whiteness a few ACE shots & knew what to do, I had even got a second ace & added the info onto that disc. This Eagle was still in my bag & there was a water hole at the Berkeley course & you guessed it I threw it in! I went back the next day got in the water & fished it out, I could not leave it there, so every ace after that I have saved for better or worse!
- Marvin's Flying Disc Collection
- Golf Discs
- Novelty/Early Sport Discs
- Frisbie Pie Tins
- Home Made
- other stuff
- Wham-o Flying Saucer
- Wham-o/DGA Midnight Flyers
- Wham-o Pluto Platter
- World Frisbee Championships held at the Rose Bowl 1974-1981
- Short Visit to see John Kirkland
- Napa/Vintage Cup artwork
- More Golf Discs
- Stuff For Sale!
- Frisbee convention, Naperville Illinois 2018.
- Doug Korns Freestyle discs.
- Trip to PA to see the old Goat 10/1/19
- 3rd Flying Disc Collector's Festival 10/9/21