This is the coolest thing ever. How awesome is it that people actually make an effort to get lost discs back to their owners? Kharma does go a long way people. You never know when it's gonna catch up to you. Do good, get good.
I was browsing discs at a local retail store a couple weeks back and I struck up a conversation with one of the employees who worked there. We exchanged pleasantries and he commented on the stack of DX Aviars I was buying. He said he used to throw those, but since he's found so many "new" ones out on the courses, he doesn't use them anymore.
I was taken aback for a moment and all I could muster at first was "oh yeah?" Then after an awkward second (I think, he wished he wouldn't have said it IMO) I asked him if he ever returned any of them. He said "naw," quickly turned on his heel and walked away. I'm not one for confrontations, but I really wanted to let him know that he should AT LEAST make a token effort to return them. I didn't and I wish I would have.
When you find a Titleist in the weeds, it's like "sweet," but they're only like $3 apiece and most golfers don't think twice about losing a ball. However, if someone forks out $15-$20 for a disc and you find it under some brush... Man, call 'em up, drop it off, leave it there. Don't just count it as a lucky find and become part of the problem.
Good work people who return discs. I will and I hope you call me when you find one of mine. I'm sure there will be plenty out there.