DG has become obsessed with testosterone. Throwing the disc harder and further than the other guy. I have been involved with building a local public course for 3 or 4 years. I keep preaching about making the course more family-friendly. About making short tees for younger children, and those with disabilities and injuries. About working with local schools, The Y, and others to promote the sport. It should also be about just fun, not about proving who is more macho. Courses can be for the good amateur and those who want to be pros. But shorter plain old grass or dirt tees for beginners should be standard on all courses. Those who can't throw 100 feet could still play the game along with the older/younger who can. Kids can play with their fathers. The game needs to be accessible to them as well. We don't need more water hazards, thick woods with thorns, or too-high grass that discourages those who forever lose their expensive discs. We need individuals who do more than just play, if the course is free, we need people willing to volunteer to help maintain the courses, free courses are expensive to maintain. And working on them for 45 minutes once a year is not enough. Like old church beliefs about 10 percent of your income for the church, how about for every 10 or 20 hours you play, you volunteer 1 hour to maintain the course, take the time to help kids and others learn how to play. To help out the sport in some way besides setting up tournaments with cash payouts for proving who is the stronger thrower. Courses need to be accessible to all, and not just about distance, but about control, regardless of your physical abilities.