I had heard of disc golf for a few years. It uses a Frisbee to replace the golf ball in golf. It's basically the same concept though. I'm not that great in real golf, but I figured it would be fun. I was a bit shocked to learn that a park near Daisy's house had a disc golf course.
One thing I thought about before we got to the course was getting the disc back after a bad throw. In real golf I would often lose plenty of golf-balls before the day was over. I was more than mad to see a course that looks a lot like regular golf. I lost two discs in this thick brush, and there was no way you could get them. They are much harder to replace than a common golf-ball.
You don't use regular frisbees, but ones that are designed for the sport. They vary by what distance you use them for. So it didn't take me long to end up with only the putter. I couldn't say I had much fun at all.
But I let Daisy try a bunch short-range throws before we left. I figure at least one of us could get some use out of it since we'd never return for another game. I will also say that since there are no golf carts to drive around, hiking around the course is a sport within itself.