Had a great afternoon today playing frisbee golf with my two brothers, aunt, uncle, and cousin. I’m a huge frisbee aficionado, so I wonder why I haven’t gotten more into frisbee golf over the years. We have a really well-maintained course near my house, if not a bit thick with trees. In the winter when the trees are bare, you can barely make out the pins off in the distance. In the summer it must be nearly impossible.
I’m pretty handy with a regular frisbee, but those skill did not translate in the least for me today. I was hoping frisbee golf would be more rewarding to me than proper golf, at which I truly suck but for some reason still give a shot now and then. I started off all right, but ended the day as dejected as I would have had we been hitting small balls.
But it was yet another lovely day on Cape Cod, and the company, combined with a nice walk through the woods tracking down errant frisbees, made it very enjoyable. I’m not aware of any frisbee golf courses in our area back in Japan, but my eyes are officially open. God knows it would have to be cheaper than playing traditional golf there.
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