As you can tell by my non-response to anything sports related on this forum, I'd rather play sports then watch them. One of my favorite and most challenging games that I play is Frisbee disc golf.
Same thing as regular golf, however with this you......
1 - Don't use a golf ball, you use a Frisbee.
2 - You don't aim toward a hole, you aim for a basket.
I have NO idea whether or not any of you have even a clue as to what the **** I am talking about, but this is the Clubhouse and I thought I'd ask.
My entire playing time I have made 3 aces, which in Frisbee disc golf is a hole in one [very hard to do]. To put it into perspective, it's almost like a real golf course with water hazards, out of bounds, trees in the way and a 3-dimensional playing field and more often than not, you can't see the basket from the tee.
For those that think that real golf is hard, try this. The demands of concentration, physical style, swing, flick, body stance, force, finesse, technique and even the type of driver [Frisbee] and the weight of the driver are all aspects of making a drive or approach. I actually have about 25 drivers I play with regularly, each with a different flying pattern, predictability and distance. Wind has WAY more influence with Frisbee golf than with regular golf and can make an easy "putt" from 30 feet away put you back 90 feet or more and a stroke or two down depending on circumstances and terrain.
It's frustrating, fun, rewarding, a challenge and one of the favorite sports that I am involved with. That said, do any of you know what I'm talking about? Have any of you played? Have any of you been involved in tournaments?