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If you ever--in your entire life--shoot par or under in ball golf I will concede to your point.
If you ever shoot under 54 on a world class dg course I will concede to your point;)
I seriously doubt the average discer shoots under par.

Now I'm curious of your location. I know alot of casuals saw they shoot under, but I found out that many are playing by thier own rules- making up pars, counting missed putts, foot faults, taking multiple throws....

IMO launching a disc is nothing like casually tossing a frisbiee.
Sure it's easy to go out and have fun, but it's not easy to break 500.
What would be a 'World Class' DG course?

I play most of my rounds in New Mexico, Colorado, Arizona, St. Louis, Portland--with more than a few dozen locations in-between. Some long, some tight, some short, some easy, some very difficult. But I'm always hanging around par or under regardless of the course...

bottom line...anyone who has tried to master the game of golf understands just how hard it is to learn and play well consistently...I'm actually surprised some on here are arguing against that point...
Who cares, you only need one reason. It's not ball golf.
1 simple concept applies for me.Even the guys you see in magazines and video will ask you to join in and play a round with you. Beyond that, They make mistakes, Hit Trees, Fall off Tee pads and throw a disc that you spend 20 minutes looking for. DARE I say. They act like humans. Get the top money makers in BG and see if they will let you jump into the middle of a round.
I honestly think Disc Golf is more Comparable to Bowling.
Lets face it ball golf and disc golf are not sports, there games of skill. I've played both and ball golf is waaaaay tougher to master/play than disc golf. If you can sit, smoke (cigaretts or whatever), drink ( beer and what not), and eat while you are playing. It's not a sport!
here here...
LOL, good points. Also, if you can play for 3-5 hours and not get winded once, then its not a sport. However, with that being said, I would perfer a game of skill over a sport any day.
You've obviously never seen basketball in the hood;)


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