April 14, 2009

EVERY ONCE IN A WHILE YOU WISH YOU WERE STILL IN COLLEGE:

Ding: The Greatest Lawn Game Since Jarts (Clint Bierman and Ryan D'Agostino, 4/14/09, Esquire)

Plant two five-foot posts in the ground, separated by the width of a Frisbee plus two fists. On top of each post, rest a plastic cup upside down. Make an identical goal twenty-five feet away. The game is played in teams of two. The goal is to throw a Frisbee through the posts without hitting either post, with the members of each team taking turns throwing.

Each clean toss through the posts earns the throwing team two points — unless the other team can respond with a clean toss on its next turn, in which case no one gets any points. If one thrower hits a post, thus sending the cup flying, the receiving team must catch the cup before it hits the ground. If it doesn't, the throwing team gets one point. If the receiving team does catch the cup, no points are awarded. It never really matters whether you catch the Frisbee or not.


It's not Human Frisbee Golf, but it's easier to set up.

Posted by Orrin Judd at April 14, 2009 9:27 PM
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