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Disc Golf Connect 4

Rules for Disc Golf Connect 4: Players throw from front mat (novice tee) or back mat (expert tee) alternating shots. If disc is not visible below bottom rail of target window it must be removed. If disc is visible below bottom rail of target window it can remain for 1 round. If disc is visible

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California Frisball

It’s like California KickBall, but with a frisbee. The pitcher throws the disc to the batter, and the batter will catch the disc and throw it instead of kicking the ball. You can assign a homerun as being with the batter’s throw hits a certain spot on the gym wall, or goes into the basketball

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This is a really fun game created by a group of Girl Guides. The way it works is that you have each group make a slighter larger circle than the Tip Game circle. Big enough that they can throw to each other, but just small to normal tosses, not big throws. The rule is that

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Octimate is a socially-distanced disc game originally cultivated by Louis Gosart and members of the LA Throwback Foundation as part of an initiative to provide safe ways to play ultimate during the pandemic. However, to come up with some new games, Louis first had to understand what makes ultimate risky to play during a pandemic.

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FUN MADE FOR EVERYONE ANYTIME, EVERYWHERE AND WITH ANYONE No matter how sporty you are. Capsbee is made for everyone. No matter where you are. Capsbee can be played everywhere. No matter if you are on your own. With Capsbee you immediately build new friendships. Find out more at


Jackpot is an incredibly simple game that all you need is a single disc. Designate a thrower that is able to throw the disc about half the field. Bunch everybody else into a group about 150 feet away from the thrower. The thrower will throw the disc high and far towards the group. The group

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Space Disc

Space Disc fundamentally removes the riskiest element of ultimate. This article was written by Pepper Williams, the inventor of Space Disc. Here in Portland, Oregon, we have a thriving masters/grandmasters/great-grandmasters ultimate community. We’ve had a pickup game literally every Sunday for the past 10 years or so, where we average as many as 40 players

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Toronto Socially Distanced Ultimate

The Phase 2, socially-distancing friendly game for people who are comfortable playing catch The set up: Try to find a full size soccer net that is just a standing frame (2 posts and a cross bar), with no mesh. You’ll also need at least 15 yards of flat grass behind the net. Aim to bring

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