For many years, I have detested frisbee golf with an intensity like no other. It is an amalgamation of my two least favourite activities—frisbee and golf—and the key requirement, basic athletic ability, is unfortunately far beyond me. In a horrible twist of fate, the school I now attend is home to an 18-hole disc golf course, and each year our physical education classes include unnecessarily lengthy frisbee golf units. It doesn’t help that frisbee golf is relatively friendly to COVID-era social distancing requirements and has thus become a staple for harried P.E. teachers. Considering how relatively simple the rules of the game itself are, I was surprised to find that there are even professional “frolf” leagues, but I guess there are leagues for every sport (even marble racing, as I recently discovered).