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Old SKool of Das Reviews hits the great outdoors for some gaming with a fairly new sport called Disc Golf. Watch as he throws ...
these crazy discs into everything but the goal.
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Male: What’s up gamers. I’m taking to the streets today. It’s a nice outside. I’m standing here with Mario and my man Dave.
Dave: What’s up? Just chilling here and shooting some discs.
Male: What are we playing right now?
Dave: It’s Disc Golf. It’s kind of like regular golf. Instead of having a ball and clubs, you have disc drivers like you have a wedge. You have a mid range, you have a scent, putter and then you have the hole.
Male: Now, would you tell me a little bit of a history because you’re the connoisseur of Frisbee golf? Is there a name for it? You were telling me it was called frolf, is that true?
Dave: Frolf is a short name. The real name is disc golf. So if you go on any website, you type in disc golf, Google it, they actually have a disc golf association that you can join. It’s been around since the late 70’s or early 80’s before they had pens to use these telephone poles and tape them up.
Male: It smells like fresh cut manure right here.
Alright Dave. It’s like only eight holes. Thank you so much for letting me play. I mean. It’s definitely cool. It’s like an new school but I think it’s an old school sport because you said it has been around a while, right?
Dave: Oh yeah. It’s been around for a long, long time.
Male: It’s a California born and raised sport.
Dave: That’s for use.
Male: Alright. Thank you so much Dave and we’ll see you on the green soon.