I’d never even heard of Frisbee Golf until a couple of years ago. As it turns out it’s a perfect Sunday activity!
The basic premise is kind of the same as regular golf, except you are using Frisbees, and the holes are metal cage-type nets. 18 holes, lowest score wins. Oh, and it helps if you bring some wine!
The aforementioned net (hole). Hopefully you get the idea of the game by this point.
I probably should have mentioned, but before we left to play Frisbee Golf, we had thrown a rather large piece of Pork on the grill for lunch, set the flame on low and left. We therefore didn’t have a huge amount of time to get back before the Pork was dried to a crisp!
Ok, so back to the Frisbee Golf…the first hole, and Jacqueline manages to make her Frisbee go at least 18ft…goes to retrieve it….then tries again…
Luckily she managed to redeem herself with this photo!
A little alcohol always seems to make most sports more interesting. The great thing about the FLASQ is that it’s perfect for outings like this.
I put the camera down for 10 seconds, long enough for a wine break.
Julie looks on, seconds before almost being decapitated by a flying disc-shaped piece of plastic, thrown by Lou Irwin.
At least he is good for something!
Now that’s a weird stance if ever I’ve seen one! Mind you, it’s hard to throw a Frisbee without also letting go of your wine.
Julie demonstrating the PERFECT technique!
Jacqueline demonstrating an UNUSUAL technique.
Mr. Adam Bartoy, the pro of the bunch.