Throughout history, we've witnessed some huge summers in the world of sports.
From the Dream Team's domination in Barcelona to the legendary U.S. Open final between John McEnroe and Bjorn Borg, summertime sports have always had a certain mystique to them.
But perhaps the greatest summer in all of sports history was the "Summer of George" back in the late 90s.
George Costanza, a close personal friend of Jerry Seinfeld was given a generous severance package by his former employer, the New York Yankees, after three years of "hard" work. Deciding that this would be his last chance for some real time off, Constanza decides to live his life to the fullest and declares it to be the "Summer of George."
With all bets off, George takes this well-deserved time off and attempts to do as many activities as he possibly can (which never happened). One of those activities happened to be indulging in the glorious sport they call frolf.
For those of you who still don't know, frolf, or as commoners call it "frisbee-golf," is a hybrid game developed to challenge some of the world's greatest athletes.
A test of wit and skill, the game of frolf is a delicate mash-up of two of the world's most gut-wrenching sports.
While we never witnessed George actually play a round of frolf, he did abandon Jerry so that he could play a quick back nine in the park with a group of frolf enthusiasts.
And for that dedication alone, we award George Costanza with a spot on this incredibly important list.