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Here is another sport invented by Doug Yurchey (aka Tray Caladan), a combination of soccer, water-polo, basketball and dodge ball called Hole-In-Drone. Hole-In-Drone is not a sport currently played, but if Doug has anything to do with it it will become a popular sport of the future. See more of his R-World Sports.

About Hole-In-Drone

Hole-In-Drone is a drone-golf game.

Drone golf is played with two or more players. Drones load up to 9 drone balls. Balls are dropped closest to the green and pin. Greens are felt material with a bowl as a goal.

Drone greens can be any color, size or shape, not confined to a circle. Players can stand in a field or backyards and create the Drone Course. Players can play on roofs or cliffs to have a better view of the targets below. A normal golf course could be used (with permission) without Drone pins.Hole-In-Drone



doug yurcheyThere are other invented sports by Tray Caladan. All information about these sports, including the ideas and images, are subject to copyright. If you want more information or are ready to help make these sports a reality, Tray would love to hear from you: [email protected].

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