Customize the course! Try adding your own obstacles and hazards using the pens provided. Doing this allows for infinite Par Out possibilities!
Golfers compete hole by hole, with the golfer wining the most holes winning the match. Score is kept by how many more holes a player has won over the other(s). Example: If Jerry has won one more hole than Sue, the score would be Jerry 1-up and Sue 1-down. When the players have won equal holes it is called “all-square.”
If you would like a bigger challenge, play it Pro, making every hole a Par 3.
Also known as medal play, it is a form of competition based on the cumulative number of strokes taken, either over one or several rounds.
Golfers compete by preselecting a certain number of strokes before beginning a round. The number is the same for everyone. Every player keeps track of how many shots they have taken and when a player reaches that number they must stop playing. The person who makes it the farthest down the course is the winner. (This is best played with four players).