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"You Can Bet on the FUN!"
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Fun from Tee to Green!
laminated card is about
the size of a credit card
receive the "Rules Card" and a handy carrying case to carry and store your nine
makes it easier to toss in your bag, after you and your golfing friends have "settled
up at the 19th hole!"
- Easy to Learn! (see game
- Fun to play with your Golfing Foursome!
- May even help improve your Golf Game?
- May also help improve your earnings on the course?
- Makes the 19th hole even more interesting!
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Rules of TAG
the game begins everyone in your foursome decides on a fun bet; or monetary
amount for each card ($.25, $.50, $1.00, etc); or whoever has the most negative
cards buys the _______ and then you’re ready to tee off.
At the start of the game all of the TAG GOLF™
cards are held by one golfer who is responsible to hand them out as a golfer
makes the appropriate shot. A golfer then receives
the card (see TAG GOLF™ Cards above) when their golf shot, lands, skips, rolls
or somehow causes someone to say, "TAG, your hit!" for the appropriate card.
That golfer keeps the card until another golfer makes a shot that earns them the
card and the current holder of the card says, "TAG, your hit" and hands the card
over to them. Play continues through all 18 holes and then everyone...settles
up at the 19th hole!
For each negative card a golfer has at the end of the
round, that golfer owes each golfer in their group the agreed upon bet.
But, golfers who have positive cards, i.e. birdie or other designated positive
cards, each golfer in the group owes that golfer the agreed upon bet.
Although the goals of TAG GOLF™ are not to earn any
negative cards just the positive cards. . .it’s most important that everyone had
fun, enjoyed the day and can't wait to play again!
See some of our customer
suggestions below on how they have used the
"Wild Card" and the "Mulligan Card" as another
Used as a Positive Card
Longest one putt for the hole.
Lowest score for the hole.
From the tee box, your ball lands in the fairway.
From the tee box, your ball lands in the fairway and is the longest distance.
Used as a Negative Card
From the tee box, your ball does not land in the fairway.
Snowman ( 8 or higher score on the hole.)
Highest bogey for the hole.