Snag a hole in one with a frisbee on the playground.
Having one Frisbee for each player helps (but is not necessary) to avoid quarrels over where the player's last throw fell.
Advanced players might want to make up par values for each hole and score themselves accordingly.
Before play begins, the group should plot out a course of six or eight holes by having players agree on a series of objects or sites on the playground at which the Frisbee disc will be aimed.
Once the course is decided, players take turns attempting to hit the targets with the Frisbee.
Players must keep track of how many throws they take to get the target; the player who completes the course in the fewest number of throws wins the day.