Mark out one or more Bullseyes using chalk, string, hoops or other suitable markers. Mark out hitting areas and safe areas for non-hitters. Split the group into teams and spread them around the bullseyes. Place one club and some balls in each hitting area.
Players try to get the ball close to the centre of the target. Points are scored depending on where the ball finishes.
Easier: Increase the target size and / or reduce the hitting distance.
Harder: Decrease the target size and / or increase the hitting area.
Place a number of 'islands' on the practice area using hoops, cones etc. Divide players into teams.
The first player in each team attempts to chip the ball from the tee onto the island. If successful the whole team move to that island and the next player in the team then attempts to chip the ball onto the next island.
If a player misses then the next player tries until one member of the team has been successful.
Start Golf - Short Game - Games
On the practice area, mark out a 'fairway' using cones. Set up a hitting area behind the 'fairway'.
In turn team members try to hit their ball from the hitting area onto the fairway. Winner is the team with the most balls on the fairway.
Start Golf - Long Game - Games
Chip the ball in the air to hit the target.The ball scores where it first touches the
Inside the Blue Cones 5 points
Inside the Yellow Cones 3 points
Inside the Green Cones 1 point
Each player of the team has one attempt at this game.
Tri Golf - Chipping Games
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