Scott Safadi enjoys spending some of his free time playing disc golf. This is a game/sport similar to traditional golf, in that you start from the tee (although it is a tee pad and not an actual tee) and the goal is to land your disc in a hole, which comes in the form of a basket surrounded in chains. Scott Safadi believes that disc golf is going to become one of the fastest growing sports in the world. The barrier to entry in minimal, as disc golf typically costs nothing to play, although donations to the courses are always appreciated. In addition, all the equipment you need is a few discs that range from $10-$20 each. Unlike traditional golf, which can be very expensive to play and to buy equipment for, anyone can play disc golf. Scott Safadi loves to get out in nature, often in the Santa Cruz mountains, and spend a day playing golf and enjoying the natural setting that most courses lie in. There's nothing like making a long birdy putt or if you're feeling lucky, nailing an "ace" (hole in one). Scott Safadi admits that the learning curve is steep for beginners, but becomes quite shallow from there on out. It takes more free time than he currently has to rise to the next level. In the meantime, he enjoys getting out there and doing his best.