As winter sets in, the mornings are becoming brisk. The crowd gathers, anticipating another challenging round. What? No entry fees? No baskets? Yes, this is the essence of Sunday Mornings at Sonoma State. Where disc golf may not have been born, but where it still flourishes in its basic form. Object golf on a college campus. Manicured lawns. Landscaped grounds. Relaxed rules. If you are too high strung about your game, then don't bother showing up. It disrupts the peace and tranquility that is Sunday Mornings at Sonoma State. People talk while you throw, walk while you putt, and certainly point out the flaws of your game. Too serious about your game? Sleep in then. "Winter rules" are about to be installed that allows for liberal spotting of discs, so as not to create harm while throwing. We keep score. We are competitive. We also understand what this game is all about. Why it was concieved. How it makes us return each week to Sonoma State. The origins of disc golf flow through our veins as we anticipate the next round.