A sporting discovery.
It's spin city. On courses throughout the country--and, for that matter, throughout the world--disc golfers are turning up interest in a sport heretofore largely undetected on the national radar screen. Somewhat reminiscent of traditional golf, disc golf is built around the notion of getting a frisbee disc to land in a metal basket perched atop a pole on what's generally an 18-hole course.
"It's not as easy as it looks," contends Rick Rothstein, publisher of Disc Golf World News magazine. "It simulates golf in terms of the concentration [needed]."