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Also known as: Suzy Sticks or Fricket The game is played by throwing an Ultimate disc (175 gram) at a set of two PVC pipes (“sticks”) that are 16 inches apart and have 12 or 16 oz plastic (Solo) cups at the top of the pipes. Each set of sticks are placed 40’ apart from each other

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Players: Two players & Up Equipment: One Disc per player Playing Area: Any Area with a grouping of poles; Light poles, Sign posts on campuses, in parks or in parking lots. This is a good game for road trips. Object: Like Disc Golf, complete a designated course in as few strokes as possible. Scoring: A stroke is counted for

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Goaltimate is a half-court disc game derived from ultimate, similar to hot box. The object is to score points by throwing a flying disc to a teammate in a small scoring area, through a large semicircular hoop called the goal. The name is a blend of the words “goal” and “ultimate”. History Goaltimate was invented by

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Schtick Disc

Schtick Disc is a limited-contact team sport played with two or more flying discs (frisbees), and although considered a variant of Ultimate, shares little similarities beyond the use of discs. For instance, Schtick players are permitted to run whilst holding the disc. The sport is known for its relaxed and friendly style of play, and

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Beersbee is an outdoor game played between two teams of two people using a Frisbee, two glass bottles (or cans) and stakes nailed into the ground. The game is played by the players taking turns throwing a Frisbee at a glass bottle that rests on top of the stakes in the ground. The two stakes are

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Disc Golf

What is Disc Golf? Disc golf is played much like traditional golf. Instead of a ball and clubs, however, players use a flying disc, or Frisbee. The sport was formalized in the 1970’s, and shares with “ball golf” the object of completing each hole in the fewest strokes (or, in the case of disc golf, fewest throws).

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The Aim of the Game Ultimate is a non-contact, self-refereed team sport played with a flying disc (or Frisbee). Two teams of seven players compete on a playing field about the same length as a football field, but narrower.  At each end of the playing field there is an end zone.  Each team defends one

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Disc sports is an ageless game. You can play so many sports with a disc from the time you’re a few years old to well into your 90’s: Ultimate, disc golf, dog disc, guts, freestyle, distance, self caught flight, goaltimate, cups, double disc court, discathon, accuracy. Have an open mind. Play catch. Invent games.