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Putts & Drives
Putts & Drives
by Blugras, Inc. (2003)
Player Count
2 to 4

Player Ages
10+

Playing Time
10 minutes
Categories
  • Card Game
  • Sports
  • Designers
  • (Uncredited)
  • Mechanisms
  • Set Collection
  • Hand Management
  • Card Drafting
  • Family
  • Sports: Golf
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    Description

    DRIVES AND PUTTS
    A great game for Golfers to place in their golf bags for those times when the weather pushes them off the course and into the clubhouse.

    The deck consists of 48 cards.
    With each card having a “shot value” from 0 to 4
    The deck consists of the following:

    10 - (D) Cards or “DRIVES”
    12 - (P) Cards or “PUTTS”
    13 - (FW) Cards or “FAIRWAY SHOTS”
    2 – “R” Cards or “ROUGH”
    2 – (PTY) Cards or “PENALTY STROKE”
    2 - (WC) Wild Cards, may be used as Drive, Fairway or Putt
    3 - (ST) Cards or “ SAND TRAPS”
    4 - (PS0) Cards or “ PRACTICE SWING” - Does not count against total strokes on hole, but does count as one of your cards played.

    2-4 players
    Fast & easy to play
    Play 1 hole or 18
    Competitive and fun for all ages
    Pick your pars, make your birdies & accept your bogeys, low score wins.

    Before starting play the dealer or the golf course scorecard decides if the hole is a par 3, par 4, or a par 5. Cards are then shuffled.

    On Par 3's 4 cards are dealt to each player
    On Par 4's 5 cards are dealt to each player
    On Par 5's 6 cards are dealt to each player
    Remaining deck is then placed in the middle of the table and becomes the "FUTURE SWINGS" deck.

    PLAY

    All players look at their cards and discard one of their cards face up next to the remaining cards this is the discard pile.

    The players then draw one card and from the "future swings stack", and then waits for all players to collect one card from the "future swings stack". Play then continues as each player then discards one card of their choice from their hand.

    This cycle of Drawing "Future swings" and discards goes on for two turns.

    Following the second round of "future swings" the dealer then takes the stack of future swings and deals each player 2 cards face down. After all players have received their face down future swings each is allowed to look at his/her two cards and discard any two cards in their hand.

    After all discards the players turn over the cards in their hand & the lowest score wins that hole. The following are the MINIMUM Requirements for a hand to be played.

    On Par 3’s a player is required to hold and play 3 cards.
    The minimum requirement to play is one “DRIVE Card (D)” and one “PUTT Card (P).

    On Par 4’s a player is required to hold and play 4 cards.
    The minimum requirement to play is one “DRIVE Card (D)”, one “FAIRWAY Card (FW), and one “PUTT Card (P).

    On Par 5’s a player is required to hold and play 5 cards.
    The minimum requirement to play is one “DRIVE Card (D)”, one “FAIRWAY Card (FW), and one “PUTT Card (P).

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