As a child, outside games included standing in the yard tossing a lightweight flying disc known as a Frisbee back and forth to each other. After a few rounds of throwing, catching and dodging, the disc would end up on the roof of someone’s house or crunched under the wheels of a passing car. Today, that same flying disc has been streamlined and is being embraced by a new generation, not as a toy, but as the popular competitive sport of disc golf.
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