Free-form Frisbee Golf

by Bernard De Koven on May 16, 2002

There’s been an active discussion on the DeepFUN group about the game of Frisbee Golf. The version I liked the best we eventually wound-up calling “Free-Form Frisbee Golf.” You use one disc for a group of players. You start anywhere. One of you suggests a target (a tree, trash can, fire hydrant…). Another suggests par (how many throws it will take). The first player tees off (throws). Someone else from the group picks up the disc and throws from there. Rotating through the group until someone finally hits the target. Then you decide on the next “hole.” It’s a great walking game through any kind of terrain. A great equalizer. Good, gentle fun.


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