Yes, it's Golf with a "Q"
Golf can be a game for the whole family-especially when it’s played in your backyard or living room. That’s exactly what’s been happening in homes across the U.S. as a golf-like game invented in South Africa sweeps the states. A cross between croquet and golf, the game can be a fun alternative to traditional lawn games and indoor family games. It provides a test of accuracy and requires just a touch of skill from golfers of all levels.
Called QOLF, the game comes with three color-coded frames. Each frame has an arch at its bottom and a hole near its top. The object of the game is for each player to chip a specially designed, limited-flight QOLF ball through each of the frame arches or to chip the ball up through a frame’s hole, with a minimum amount of strokes. The game can be a great way for families to spend time together-and for golfers to practice their short game. For more information and a free QOLF ball sample pack, visit www.qolf.com.