In just three seasons disc golf has grown from being offered in three public schools to 12, and it's only getting bigger.
Every Tuesday after school fourth and fifth graders from Wilson Elementary gather at Comstock Park to play disc golf. For an hour and a half boys and girls have one goal, to stay active and have fun.
"It's awesome, it's like the best thing ever," said Helen, 6th grader at Wilson Elementary.
Helen started playing disc golf last fall when Operation Healthy Family first started offering it, and has been hooked ever since!
"I think the thing I like most about it is all the fun and how I can improve each day," said Helen.
Before offering disc golf OHF offered football, but they found it to be excluding. Tommy Williams, President of OHF, said they wanted to offer something every kid could enjoy, and play for a long time.
"They can play this sport forever. I was a football player, but I can't get in a three point stance anymore," said Williams.
Since offering disc golf, the number of participants in OHF's after school program has sky rocketed.