The Morning Edition - Sask | Jun 11, 2013 | 7:22

Disc Golf

When it comes to Frisbee Golf, Saskatoon is years ahead of Regina. But that hasn't stopped David Brenneman and Mike Shiplack of the Regina Disc Golf Association from launching a campaign to bring the sport to the Queen City.

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