This is an easy game to reinforce skills practiced at home and in the classroom. The directions are simple and it is enjoyed by all ages.
marker for each participant
After you have laminated the sheets, give each participant dry erase markers to mark their “swings”. Start at the “tee” (black box in the corner of the page) and have the first golfer place their marker there. Instruct them to close their eyes and draw a line towards the hole. After each person has had a turn, the next person to go is the one closest to the hole. Play continues until everyone has hit their “ball” in the hole.
Beware of the sand and water traps as well as the trees. If a participant stops in one of those areas, they must take a drop and add one swing to their score.
The participant with the least number of swings wins the round.
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