How many parents have the opportunity to play disc golf with their son or child?
If you do, then you can relate.
It is positive to get your kid (now 19) to participate in anything that you have been doing for many years.
"Oh, Dad I don't want to do that!" is the usual response if not a video game.
Not my son.... now.
Yesterday was part of the culmination of years of playing disc golf, and participating in the may functions of the game.
Yes it felt good to 'win' doubles yesterday with your son as a partner, I'd be lying if I did not say so.
But the fact that you can play with your son or daughter is more rewarding.
This post is for any parent lucky enough to play disc golf with their child.