Camp Golf

Groundsheets folded to about 3' square represent holes and tin plates represent balls. Layout the golf course as desired to include hedges and streams as obstacles. If a plate falls in one of these hazards it must be retrieved and carried behind the obstacle and one throw added to the player's score. Arrange the holes some distance apart so that players do not come in contact with a skimming plate.

 

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