Since the first Frisbee Disc was launched in 1958, the flying disc movement has soared through several incarnations and more than a few fads.
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Below are a number of popular events which even the most untutored contestants or children will enjoy.
Ultimate is a very active game which requires a good deal of running in addition to throwing and catching skills. The action of the game combines the passing and scoring of football, the cutting and guarding of basketball and the non–stop field movement of soccer.
Golf presents some of the most interesting challenges of all the disc games. It demands a wide range of throwing skills. Really good scores require distance and accuracy as well as control of specific flights such as hovers, rollers and skips.