Rules of Clubhouse Golf

You will enjoy this fast playing, laughter packed, colorful game of golf.  Clubhouse Golf is easy to learn and everyone can play.  You don't have to be a golfer to have a great time.  Lower your score with a mulligan, but stay away from the water hazards, and putt out to win the hole.  You will find abbreviated rules below or download the complete rules with game variations by clicking the image.

Abbreviated Rules

The object of the game is to play nine holes (or hands), a complete game of Clubhouse Golf, and win with the lowest overall score.

Deal four cards, clockwise, face-down to each player.  Everyone can look at only two of their four cards. The player to the left of the dealer picks a card from either the draw pile or the discard pile and decides whether to discard that card or keep it and exchange it for one of his four face-down cards. Once a face-down card is turned over to exchange, the exchange must be made, even if it does not lower the points in the players hand. Play continues to the left with each player taking turns until someone thinks his hand holds fewer points than the other players' hands.  A player may putt out to finish the hole by discarding a putt card or announcing that he is putting out as he discards.  Once a player putts out, all the other players get one more turn to try to lower the points in their hand.

Scoring is simple.  Players turn their cards face up and add the points shown on each of their four cards. Enter that total on the score card.  The player who putts out scores a zero if his point total is the lowest.  If it isn't the lowest, he scores his point total plus a ten point penalty.

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