Disc golf (sometimes called Frisbee Golf) is a disc game in which individual players throw a flying disc into a basket or at a target. According to the Professional Disc Golf Association, “The object of the game is to traverse a course from beginning to end in the fewest number of throws of the disc.”
Disc golf is similar to traditional golf and uses much of the same rules and terminology. As in ball golf, a course usually consists of 18 holes. Unlike ball golf, most courses are located in public parks and are free to play, although some courses require a nominal fee, and the sport requires inexpensive discs instead of costly clubs and balls.  The modern disc golf target consists of a metal basket with chains hanging over it and was invented in 1976 by “Steady” Ed Hedrick(June 28, 1924 – Aug. 12, 2002), the father of disc golf and the modern “frisby”.