Bing Ranks “Frisbee Golf” as one of the top outdoor activities.

According to Bing, the top outdoor activities this summer for “bringing London to your backyard,” include Frisbee Golf as one of the top activities. The interesting thing about Bing rankings, is that they are actually the rankings of the entire country – what people search is exactly the same output for Bing’s rank.

Frisbee Golf has 8% of searches, coming in at #6 of searched outdoor activities on Bing.
Frisbee Golf has 8% of searches, coming in at #6 of searched outdoor activities on Bing.
What does this mean? Year over year disc golf is becoming increasingly popular, and either to Bing’s err or users in general, there is still a huge amount of the population which call the sport Frisbee golf. We aren’t picky over the proper usage of the name for the sport, but Frisbee is technically a brand, and technically not an activity. But really, if somebody calls it Frisbee, don’t look at them and act like you don’t know what they are talking about.

Over 80% of you voted that you feel that Disc Golf should be an Olympic Sport – let’s make it happen! So continue to go out and tell your friends, your spouse (mine finally enjoys the sport!), your parents, your siblings about the joys of disc golf – purchase some discs, petition your local civic leaders to get a course moved into one of your parks. Let’s make it so that Disc Golf comes out of being a “backyard activity” and an Olympic Sport in 2016 (or 2020… or before I die).