The putt pack: target board
First to 21
You must score exactly 21 to win. If you go over, your score drops to 10... And, you can't score in the same 1 point zone more than 4 times. If you do, it counts as -1 point. Just try to hit the 5 pointer more than once!
Around the world
Make it in all the 1 zones and then the 5 hole. But, if you hit it in a 1 zone you already hit in, it negates it and you must hit it in again.
The golfskee Board
Play by yourself or against others. Stroke play is golf at its most traditional. Play 9 or 18 holes(shots), add up the score, and then play again and do better!
This is for two players. Total score doesn't matter here. Each hole(shot) matters. You want to win the hole. You want to beat the other person. Player with the most holes won is the winner. Shoot for the Eagles(2)... heck, shoot for the Hole-in-one(1).
You need a teammate for this game. Or, if you want to make it more fun, two teams of two. You and your teammate each get to take a shot each hole, and the best shot between each of you is the score for the team.
The Golfskee Board teaches golf strategy in an incredible way. If you know nothing about golf, you will learn when you must go for an eagle or when par is good enough to win after just a few matches.
"A great tool to teach golf strategy."
- Eric Tracy "The Mulligan Man"
- Eric Tracy "The Mulligan Man"
The Skeeputt Board
The Pongskee™ Board
The Pongskee™ Board - You need two Puttskees & two Pongskee boards. Play just like beer pong. Team vs team. You and your teammate take one shot each at your board. Then the other team shoots at their board. If you make it in a hole, put a cap over that hole. Be the first to cover up all your holes.
1. Each player on a team hits once.
2. If a ball lands in a hole, cover the hole.
3. If both teammates make it in different holes, cover both holes and hit again.
4. If both teammates make it in the same hole, cover that hole, plus two different holes, and hit again.
5. The first team to cover all their holes, wins.
6. The losing team gets to hit one shot each until they miss. If the losing team makes it in all remaining holes, the game goes into overtime. If not, the game is over.
Overtime - Use only the bottom three holes. The first team to cover all the holes, wins.
THE PUTT PACK:
The Pongskee Jr.™ Board
The Pongskee™ Jr. Board - This is beer pong for only one Puttskee. Team vs team. You and your teammate take one shot each at your side of the board (consisting of a line of four holes). Then the other team shoots at the other side of the board. If you make it in a hole, put a cap over that hole. Be the first to cover up all your holes and hit it in the smaller hole in the middle top.
Speed Up Rules
To help speed up play, here are some optional rules which turn out to be quite fun.
Rule 1: First To Cover - The first team to cover all four of their holes gets a big advantage. Once both teams cover all their holes, each team gets 10 shots to go for the smaller hole to win. If no team gets it in the hole after all 10 shots, the team that covered their 4 holes first wins.
Rule 2: Tag In - At any time during the game, you may tag in anyone that is around and have them hit one shot. Each team gets to do this only once.
Two Puttskees with The Pongskee Boards make for epic fun.
How To Score
(The Puttskee Board)
The Puttskee uses par 4 scoring. We chose this so that 9 & 18 hole scoring will be similar to real golf scores, with par being 72.
Double Bogey (6) - The semi-circle at the top.
Bogey( 5) - The main board if you miss all the holes.
Par (4) - The big circle in the center.
Birdie (3) - The two holes inside the Par circle.
Eagle (2) - The two holes on the far sides of the board.
Hole-in-one(1) - The small hole at the very top.
Remember this is golf, so the lower the score the better. Shoot for the Eagles(2) and the Hole-in-one(1). But remember with high reward comes high risk... Be careful of the Bogeys(5) and the Double Bogey(6).
If the ball happens to get stuck somewhere on the game board, you simply take the score of the zone it got stuck in.
If you hit the ball over or off the sides (meaning you don't hit the scoring board at all) of the game, if the ball doesn't make it up to the scoring game, or if the ball bounces off the game and back towards you, it's considered "out of bounds." Meaning, you must re-hit the shot and then add 2 to that score.
Example - You hit it over the top of the game. You replace the ball on the ramp and must add 2 to whatever score you get. if you get a birdie(3), you really scored a 5.
If the ball hits the game board and bounces back to you. Simply re-hit the shot with no penalty stroke.