Also called Disc Golf... Frolf... or, when you play it here in the winter, we call it Snowshoe-Fris.
Brian left six holes of the Frisbee Golf course up and running this winter. We had to shut down the second fairway -- that's the toboggan hill, and there was too much risk of getting a hole in one inadvertently achieved by someone on a flying saucer... But there are six holes that form a lovely, compact course up on top of the hill.
Now, frisbee golf uses three different frisbees -- one for distance, one for shorter distances, and a "putter". We remove the white coloured discs from play in winter. Too hard to find in the rough.
The Brennans' were the first to tackle the game on snowshoes. It's a workout, and a laugh, and a great way to get outdoors in the winter! Now, we know there is a Professional and a Semi-Pro tour for Disc Golf, but we don't know if our Snowshoe-Fris course will qualify for the tours. Yet.
Thanks Jackie for sending us these great pictures of your gang 'having a fling'.
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