By Jennifer K. Bauer Inland360.com
Disc golf, sometimes called folf or frolf, is a lot like golf, except its a heckuva lot cheaper.
Disc golf courses can be found around the country. Many are in city parks, and most are free. Trees, ponds, shrubs and hills provide technical challenges. With discs ranging in price from $8 to $20, many families find it an affordable sport they can enjoy together. Five courses in the region offer varied terrain to hone your handicap. Nine-hole courses can be found at Sunset Park and Hells Gate State Park in Lewiston, where the course begins at the start of the day-use area.
On the University of Idaho campus theres a nine-hole course north of the parking lot behind the Kibbie Dome. Theres also a nine-hole course in the Craigmont city park. Eighteen-hole courses are at Sunnyside Park in Pullman and Lions Club Park in Grangeville.
Double Dare: Go on tour. A comprehensive list of U.S. courses can be found at www.dgcoursereview.com.