When we first disclosed to a friend that we occasionally enjoyed a round of disc golf on the weekends, his reply was "That's so...collegiate." True, we did pick up the sport during our undergrad years, but its appeal hasn't waned a bit. And with great courses in Houston like the one at MacGregor Park, why should it? The setup here is perfect for a mixed group of players: Advanced throwers are challenged by its long and winding greens without those disc-hungry, game-ending water hazards that quickly discourage newbies. You'll make quick work of the first half of the course, but it's the back nine that make it worth the while. A bad throw here will send you sliding down -- or off -- the leaderboard. This is where the Deltas are separated from the Omegas.